@iakadirov Qaysi so’z?
Missing Uzbekistan a bit more after seeing this mouthwatering breakfast spread!
Uzbek breakfast - the best start of the day
A red-letter day indeed!
FT style guide change just announced: "data" is now always singular, eg "The data shows that" rather than "the data show that".
A red-letter day. I've been tiresomely banging on about this for decades. For anyone opposed, I'd like to know what your agendum is.
@mslbkvdn It’s also home to the most wonderful antique shop I’ve ever had the pleasure of shopping in, and a wonderfully quirky owner to boot. In recognition of my multiple visits he presented me with a massive framed Stalin poster and encouraged me to display it prominently at home. ❤️❤️
I just heard that 1st year PhD students in Econ at MIT no longer need to take a full year of macro. This should be a wakeup call for macro, lest this turn into a new trend. Some (perhaps controversial) thoughts. 1/
Looking at nothing but the historic shipping logs since 1945 still draws a very clear picture of the continents. Source: http://buff.ly/2MzOWd1
@Wellington_NZ is the latest @nytimes #36hours destination, and I'm missing home just a little bit more today!
36 Hours in Wellington, New Zealand
New Zealand’s pint-size and vertiginous capital has spectacular views, excellent dining and a one-of-a-kind bird sanctuary.
@AsthanaRoli Looks amazing!
For anyone who has studied @LSEnews (or elsewhere in Central London), surely when you see the first picture, you're thinking the second, right?
This video is everything 🖤🖤
A day of a shepherd boy in Central Asia 🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽
@leecrawfurd Her literacy work is nothing short of amazing. Any kid anywhere in the US (and 4 other countries) can get a free book every month for the first 5 years of their life. Have two beneficiaries in this house that swear by Aunty Dolly. 200 million books shipped. Totally deserves it.
On #RemembranceSunday Poignant commemorations in #Berlin at the #Commonwealth War cemetery today. A day we all come together to share a moment with all those who have given so much. #LestWeForget @MFATNZ @ManatuTaonga @NZRSA #remembranceday2022 🎗
In third grade, Mrs. Ducote had a tip jar that one had to patronize (by means of a penny) each time they said "a'int" and "y'all". A similar tip jar for "macroeconomic headwinds", with some adjustments for inflation and wealthier patronage = my early retirement. https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1587193105157177344
I’m in Bologna this week and what did I see in this shop window? Ikat and velvet made in Margilan! Uzbek textiles are on sale to the most stylish Italian shoppers 🥰
Yesterday we made history! 👏🏻 New Zealand Parliament now has equal representation in the House with 50% wāhine and 50% tane — 89 years after the first woman MP, Elizabeth McCombs was first elected.
Melkam Meskel / Meskala Yo! from gorgeous Arba Minch.
“Gandhis” autocorrecting to “handguns”
Perhaps it's time to stop using the term 'brain drain' when speaking about migration of skilled labor… here's why, with insights from @jhaushofer and a school friend from Zambia
Migration brain drain: Not just a negative trend?
The movement of highly skilled labor from developing countries to richer ones is largely seen as a negative trend....
@AsthanaRoli @AstrupUN @NoshadiSara @YuUnfpa Heard about the new carpet shop… time to book flights!