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By Project Syndicate - Aug 13,2018
By Carmen M.
By Project Syndicate - Aug 12,2018
By Kemal Dervi and Caroline Conroy WASHINGTON, DC — From the end of World War II to the mid-2010s, economic globalisation progressed relentlessly through expanded trade, proliferating capital flows, faster (and cheaper) communication and, to a lesser extent, human migration.
By Project Syndicate - Jul 29,2018
Mahmoud Mohieldin and Svetlana Klimenko WASHINGTON, DC — For the last three years, dozens of countries have gathered each July to present their national plans to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
By Project Syndicate - Jul 19,2018
By Laura Alfaro, Pablo Guidotti, Guillermo Perry, and Liliana Rojas-SuarezWASHINGTON, DC — Despite many dire predictions, the ongoing trade dispute between the United States and China has not resulted in a global economic downturn.
By Project Syndicate - Jul 17,2018
By Lili Fuhr and Hannah McKinnonBERLIN — Since the Paris climate agreement was signed in 2015, too many policymakers have fallen for the oil and gas industry’s rhetoric about how it can help to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions.
By Project Syndicate - Jul 12,2018
By Susan Lund and Eric Hazan  WASHINGTON, DC/PARIS — From truck drivers using GPS systems to nurses recording patients’ vital signs to train conductors checking tickets with hand-held devices, everybody nowadays needs some basic digital skills.
By Project Syndicate - Jul 07,2018
By Maxwell Gomera and Edward MabayaCAMBRIDGE — On April 3, the United Kingdom announced a ban on the sale of ivory that is “one of the toughest in the world”.
By Project Syndicate - Jun 30,2018
By Jessica Stephens and Sidhartha VermaniNAIROBI/NEW DELHI — More than 300 million people in India lack access to electricity, while in sub-Saharan Africa, twice that many live without power.
By Project Syndicate - Jun 19,2018
By Kristalina Georgieva and Marie-Claude BibeauOTTAWA — There is no doubt that ensuring that women and girls enjoy the same rights and opportunities as men and boys is the right thing to do from a moral and ethical standpoint.
By Project Syndicate - Jun 15,2018
By Oliver Tonby and Anu MadgavkarSINGAPORE/MUMBAI — Gender equality offers a sizeable economic opportunity for any country.



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