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By Project Syndicate - Aug 28,2018
By Daniel Blitz and Robert Dugger WASHINGTON, DC — Former US secretary of the Treasury Lawrence H.
By Project Syndicate - Aug 25,2018
By Timur Kuran and Dani RodrikDURHAM/CAMBRIDGE — Turkey’s political model has long lost its luster, but a growing diplomatic crisis with the equally erratic administration of US President Donald Trump has now pushed the country’s economy into a full-fledged currency crisis.
By Project Syndicate - Aug 19,2018
By Alicia Bárcena Ibarra, Stefano Manservisi, and Mario PezziniPARIS – These are hard times for international cooperation.
By Project Syndicate - Aug 19,2018
By Mahmoud Mohieldin and Anna WellensteinWASHINGTON, DC — For most of the world’s poor and vulnerable people, secure property rights, including land tenure, are a rarely accessible luxury.
By Project Syndicate - Aug 13,2018
By Karl P. Sauvant and Axel BergerNEW YORK — While much of the world’s attention is focused on the economic damage being wrought by US President Donald Trump’s trade wars, global trade’s twin, foreign direct investment (FDI), has largely been neglected.
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.



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