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By Project Syndicate - Mar 10,2020
By Gregory A. Maniatis, Monette Zard NEW YORK — As the new coronavirus, COVID-19, nears pandemic status, a second scourge has followed in its path: A virulent racism that scapegoats refugees, asylum seekers and foreigners more generally as the cause of the outbreak.
By Project Syndicate - Mar 10,2020
By Kemal Dervi and Sebastián StraussWASHINGTON, DC — Throughout history, crisis and human progress have often gone hand in hand.
By Project Syndicate - Mar 05,2020
By Joseph S. Nye, Jr.CAMBRIDGE — Many Americans say they want a moral foreign policy, but disagree on what that means.
By Project Syndicate - Feb 25,2020
By Laura Tyson, Lenny MendoncaBERKELEY — Despite multiplying policy challenges, the United States is crippled by political polarisation and consumed with rancorous partisan arguments (often on Twitter and without facts).
By Project Syndicate - Feb 16,2020
By Johan Rockström, Lars Heikensten  and Marcia McNuttPOTSDAM — The last decade was the hottest on record, according to independent data analyses from NASA and the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
By Project Syndicate - Feb 10,2020
By Josiah OsgoodWASHINGTON, DC — The outcome of the US Senate’s trial of Donald Trump, following his impeachment by the House of Representatives, was a foregone conclusion. But it nonetheless laid bare the president’s win-at-all-costs approach to governing.
By Project Syndicate - Feb 09,2020
By Stefaan G. Verhulst and Mona SloaneNEW YORK — Every new technology rides a wave from hype to dismay. But even by the usual standards, artificial intelligence (AI) has had a turbulent run. Is AI a society-renewing hero or a jobs-destroying villain?
By Project Syndicate - Feb 06,2020
By Joseph S. Nye, Jr.,CAMBRIDGE — US President Donald Trump’s attacks on unfair Chinese trade and technology policies may have been justified, but his tactics have damaged the alliances and institutions on which the United States depends.
By Project Syndicate - Feb 06,2020
By Dambisa MoyoNEW YORK — At last month’s annual World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, Switzerland, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen proclaimed that Europe needed to be more assertive in the world. That means “stepping up” in some areas.
By Project Syndicate - Jan 26,2020
By By Anne-Marie Slaughter, Monica Chellam WASHINGTON, DC — In the 1950s, during a very tight postwar labour market, American business executives voted Human Resources (HR) the most glamorous area in business.

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