Daily Archives: November 16, 2016

Saudi Arabia is preparing to lift the lid on one of the global energy industry’s most closely guarded secrets – how much crude lies beneath the desert kingdom’s sands. David Sheppard interviews the FT’s oil and gas correspondent Anjli Raval

 

Moscow’s willingness to use its nuclear capability to put pressure on the west is raising the spectre of nuclear war 25 years after the world thought the end of the cold war had removed it for good, say Neil Buckley, Sam Jones and Kathrin Hille. Nato is alarmed and Donald Trump’s election has brought fresh fears

 

Moscow’s willingness to use its nuclear capability to put pressure on the west is raising the spectre of nuclear war 25 years after the world thought the end of the cold war had removed it for good, say Neil Buckley, Sam Jones and Kathrin Hille. Nato is alarmed and Donald Trump’s election has brought fresh fears

 

Nadav Zafrir, a former Israeli intelligence officer and co-founder of cyber security company Team8, talks to John Thornhill about tracking down cyber criminals and training the tech entrepreneurs of the future