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Past articles by Eric:

Opinion: How lowly Napoli became one of Europe’s best soccer teams by tearing up the business rule book

SSC Napoli has captured the imagination of Europeans, who see an underdog team battling its way to the top → Read More

Opinion: BP’s Beyond Petroleum rolls back climate ambitions, sends shares soaring

By going back to petroleum, BP acknowledges that oil production is too rich to trade away, but also that oil companies are not equipped to compete in the renewable energy world → Read More

Opinion: Teck’s coal spinoff is greenwashing and a blow to the ESG movement

The ESG movement was in part designed to make the world cleaner through sustainable energy production, but coal is alive and well despite the spinoffs and sales → Read More

Opinion: The economic and business winners and losers in Putin’s year-old war against Ukraine

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has created many winners and losers in the business and economic worlds → Read More

Canada to provide $21-million for Ukraine demining efforts, humanitarian assistance

Foreign Minister Joly announces funding for humanitarian efforts during Kyiv visit, including $14-million for humanitarian and civil causes, particularly those that deal with sexual violence → Read More

Kyiv carries on anxiously as war’s approaching anniversary raises spectre of Russian assault

Nearly a year ago, Putin’s invasion force tried to seize Ukraine’s capital. This time the city is not nearly as afraid for its own safety – but fighting in Bakhmut reminds residents the war is far from over → Read More

For Ukraine’s power workers, keeping the lights on is a life-and-death struggle under Russian fire

Friday’s Russian offensive is only the latest tragedy for DTEK Group, Ukraine’s largest private power company, which has lost dozens of employees since the war began. The Globe spoke with its CEO about the challenges ahead → Read More

The covert shop where Ukrainians rebuild captured Russian tanks

The 14th Separate Mechanized Brigade’s mission is to restore ‘trophies,’ such as T-72s and infantry vehicles, so Ukraine’s forces can turn them against their former Russian owners → Read More

As Russian bombs destroy heritage sites, Ukrainians fear a war against their culture

After nearly a year of conflict, hundreds of culturally significant buildings and monuments are in ruins, and Ukraine says it will cost billions to repair them → Read More

Ukraine says Black Sea grain shipments deliberately delayed by Russian inspectors

Shipments from Ukraine’s three operating Black Sea ports, among them Odesa, have fallen to a four-month low in recent weeks → Read More

Russia plans major offensive to mark war anniversary, Ukraine warns

Russian troops amassing along border and in occupied territories is approaching 500,000 – far more than Moscow claims – says Ukraine’s defence minister → Read More

Human Rights Watch says Ukraine likely used banned landmines

HRW urges Ukraine to investigate evidence its military spread thousands of anti-personnel landmines in Izium when it was occupied by Russians forces → Read More

Opinion: Lebanon is on the verge of becoming a failed state after an unprecedented economic collapse

Ukraine’s GDP fell about 30% last year, while Lebanon’s GDP fell 58% between 2019 and 2021, according to the World Bank – and Lebanon is not at war → Read More

Opinion: The Russian economy proved remarkably resilient in 2022. This year, the decay will set in

Rather suddenly, the financial calculus is going against Russia just as the Russian recession deepens and the war bills pile up in President Vladimir Putin’s office → Read More

Pope Francis ups the ante on greater transparency with reopening of the Emanuela Orlandi case

The cold case of a Vatican teen who disappeared in 1983 is considered one of the greatest mysteries in postwar Italian and Vatican history → Read More

Italian Mafia boss Matteo Messina Denaro arrested after 30 years on the lam

Messina Denaro, who has been has been accused of dozens of murders, was arrested during a visit to a private health clinic for an unspecified illness → Read More

Opinion: The energy crisis that wasn’t: How Europe escaped the worst of Russia’s natural gas war

There is no imminent danger that gas supplies will vanish any time soon – incredibly, European storage tanks are almost full → Read More

Pope Benedict’s funeral was simple, fairly small and brought the ‘two popes’ era to an end

Benedict’s death has Vatican watchers wondering whether Pope Francis will also resign → Read More

Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI will be remembered as conservative academic more than dynamic leader

Benedict XVI was an intellectual, conservative theologian who lacked the charm and global presence of both his predecessor, John Paul II, and his successor → Read More

Ukrainian captain credits her Canadian training for helping her evade Russian attack

Combat skills taught through Operation Unifier by Canadian soldiers helped Iryna Hazhev guide her unit to safety → Read More