The sport has only once been played in the summer Games but some now believe the wider exposure inclusion would give it is necessary for its survival, says Murad Ahmed. First, though, cricket modernisers must convince sceptics in India
Does extraordinary achievement have a dark side? Can you be driven while also content and of sound mind? FT columnist Emma Jacobs puts the question to journalist and broadcaster Alastair Campbell and psychologist Oliver James.
Economist and polymathic author Tyler Cowen talks to Cardiff about his essay, “Stubborn Attachments”, in which he shares his vision for a free and prosperous society – and the philosophical foundations necessary to build it.
There are too many snags to offer a convincing case for buying the dollar, the euro and sterling, says Adrian Owens of GAM. He tells Roger Blitz why he thinks there are better opportunities in emerging market currencies
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