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By Project Syndicate - Nov 04,2019
By Robert SkidelskyLONDON — In September, New York’s Metropolitan Opera announced that Plácido Domingo had withdrawn from all future engagements there, following allegations of sexual harassment made by several women, including a soprano who said he grabbed her bare breast.
By Project Syndicate - Nov 04,2019
By Sam RainsyPARIS — Nearly seven decades after Cambodia gained independence from France, its people are still struggling for the right to determine their future.
By Project Syndicate - Nov 03,2019
By Kristen R. Ghodsee, Mitchell A. Orenstein PHILADELPHIA — “No one will be worse off than before, but it will be much better for many,” German Chancellor Helmut Kohl assured East Germans after the fall of the Berlin Wall on November 9, 1989.
By Project Syndicate - Oct 26,2019
By Stephen S. RoachNEW HAVEN — Dealmakers always know when to cut their losses. And so it is with the self-proclaimed greatest dealmaker of them all: US President Donald Trump.
By Project Syndicate - Oct 26,2019
By Emma NavarroOSLO — The Earth’s oceans face many threats, none of which have quick fixes.
By Project Syndicate - Oct 24,2019
By James Manyika, Jacques BughinLONDON — Artificial intelligence (AI) is all around us, generating excitement about how it could increase prosperity and transform our lives in multiple ways. Yet the technology is also likely to be disruptive.
By Project Syndicate - Oct 22,2019
By Gro Harlem Brundtland, Elhadj As Sy GENEVA — Imagine the following scenario.
By Project Syndicate - Oct 20,2019
By Peter Cunliffe-Jones, Laura Zommer, Noko Makgato and Will MoyJOHANNESBURG — According to fact-checkers at the Washington Post, US President Donald Trump has made more than 13,000 false or misleading claims since his inauguration.
By Project Syndicate - Oct 19,2019
By Lee White, Tanguy GahoumaLIBREVILLE — When Gabon ratified the 2015 Paris climate agreement, its real work was just beginning.
By Project Syndicate - Oct 17,2019
By Simplice A. AsonguYAOUNDÉ — The 15 countries of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) have agreed to adopt, as of next year, a new shared currency, the “ECO”. But, as the eurozone’s experience has shown, currency unions can be unwieldy.

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