The Conti Group’s cyberattack on Costa Rica continues to metastasize, spreading to 27 government institutions, nine of which have been “seriously affected.”
Thursday, May 26, 2022
Topics: Guest Post
Posted by Nick Corbishley at 6:45 am |
As if tornadoes weren’t bad enough, you now need to add the derecho to your summer weather risks.
Too many central bankers are raising interest rates at the expense of working people’s families, supposedly to check inflation.
Alas, I could only glance at my yellow waders, but there’s still plenty wrong.
~ Today’s Water Cooler: Open Thread ~
Topics: Water Cooler
Posted by Lambert Strether at 2:00 pm |
Paradigm and Nervous Breakdown: Globalization Goes Into Reverse as Inflation/Scarcity Crisis Accelerates
How long-established structures are approaching breakdown, yet those in charge try to look past that.
Quelle surprise! The US is trying to kiss and make up with Venezuela.
We could choose otherwise than to make the most vulnerable bear the cost of an ongoing pandemic by rushing to declare it over.
Symptoms and progression, spread, clades, mortality, R, community spread, mode(s) of transmission. And summer festivals.
Posted by Lambert Strether at 6:55 am |
This column shows that rising cereal prices pose an elevated risk of violence in Africa, where agriculture represents a large share of the economy
Posted by Yves Smith at 6:58 am |
Why is a modest public bank plan for New York going nowhere?
In “Ever Green,” two conservationists present a surprisingly hopeful look at the five five remaining megaforests.