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By Project Syndicate - Jul 06,2019
By Zaki Laïdi, Shumpei Takemori, Yves TiberghienPARIS — Thanks to the efforts of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, the recent G-20 summit in Osaka avoided the worst possible outcomes. That counts as a victory in the age of US President Donald Trump.
By Project Syndicate - Jul 05,2019
By Marcia Ashong and Akinyi OchiengEBENE, Mauritius — By 2050, one-quarter of the world’s population will be African, which means that one in eight people will be an African woman.
By Project Syndicate - Jun 25,2019
By Stephen S. RoachNEW HAVEN — Blinded by a surging stock market and a 50-year low in the unemployment rate, few dare to challenge the wisdom of US economic policy. Instant gratification has compromised the rigour of objective and disciplined analysis. Big mistake.
By Project Syndicate - Jun 25,2019
By Caroline Conroy and Kemal DervişWASHINGTON, DC — The success of Western-style democracy after World War II was based on national social contracts: citizens paid taxes, and the state provided the conditions for steady economic progress, along with secure jobs, a social safety n
By Project Syndicate - Jun 24,2019
By Ana PalacioMADRID — In Greek mythology, it was prophesied that Zeus’ first wife Metis, the goddess of wisdom, would bear a son who, equipped with his mother’s cunning and his father’s power, would eventually overthrow the king of the gods.
By Project Syndicate - Jun 24,2019
By Shamel AzmehMANCHESTER — In a scene in the US sitcom “Silicon Valley”, digital start-ups compete for funding by presenting their ideas. In each presentation, company founders repeat the Silicon Valley mantra of “making the world a better place”.
By Project Syndicate - Jun 24,2019
By Maxwell GomeraCAMBRIDGE — Walhi, Indonesia’s largest environmental organisation, recently took the government to court for issuing construction permits to a Chinese company based on what they allege was a “deeply flawed” environmental impact assessment.
By Project Syndicate - Jun 22,2019
By Md. Shahidul HaqueGENEVA — In a globalised world, migration is a fact of life that should be governed accordingly.
By Project Syndicate - Jun 22,2019
By Anatole KaletskyLONDON — The US economy has entered its 11th year of uninterrupted expansion, breaking the previous record for the longest period of growth in American history without a recession.
By Project Syndicate - Jun 22,2019
By Mark PaulSARASOTA — US President Donald Trump’s anti-climate agenda is in full swing. His administration has already taken action 117 times to repeal or weaken climate regulations, and much more deregulation is in the works.

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