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By Project Syndicate - Jun 11,2017
By Raj Persaud and Adrian Furnham The Conservative Party’s loss of its parliamentary majority in the United Kingdom’s snap election has proved political pundits, pollsters and other prognosticators wrong once again.And, once again, various explanations are being offered for
By Project Syndicate - Jun 07,2017
By Raj Persaud and Adrian FurnhamThe United Kingdom has suffered two major terrorist incidents in the run-up to its general election today, June 8.
By Project Syndicate - May 29,2017
By Julie Essiam and Joy Phumaphi As African women leading influential and impact-driven organisations — the Ecobank Foundation and the African Leaders Malaria Alliance (ALMA) — we are passionate about building a prosperous, inclusive and sustainable African economy.But achie
By Project Syndicate - May 25,2017
By Carlos Lopes, Tony Elumelu and Aliko DangoteAfrica has a bright future ahead of it.Productivity and growth will improve as African economies continue to place more emphasis on services and manufacturing, pursue commodity production and achieve quick gains in agriculture and li
By Project Syndicate - May 20,2017
By Nancy Birdsall and Ngozi Okonjo-IwealaThe countries of Sub-Saharan Africa have reached a critical juncture.
By Project Syndicate - May 17,2017
By Anderson Stanciole and Federica MaurizioWith all the talk about the impending “Asian century”, one might imagine that the region had moved beyond what are often viewed as poor-country health challenges, like high rates of maternal mortality.The reality is very different.In 201
By Project Syndicate - May 10,2017
We can save so many lives around the world if we just slow down.Each year, more than 1.25 million people — many of them young people — die in automobile crashes. And a large proportion of these deaths are preventable: about one-third are due to vehicles travelling at excessi
By Project Syndicate - May 06,2017
With measles outbreaks currently spreading across Europe and the Midwestern United States, and meningitis infecting US college students, health experts are doing something they never thought they would have to do in early 2017: reminding people in developed countries that vaccine
By Project Syndicate - May 04,2017
 By Carmen Reinhart and Vincent Reinhart Every spring, international bureaucrats flock to Washington, DC, as reliably as swallows to Capistrano, for the annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank, where they exchange information about their lo
By Project Syndicate - Apr 19,2017
By Stephen Matlin, Goverdhan Mehta, Henning Hopf and Alain Krief On April 22, scientists from around the world will mark Earth Day by participating in an unprecedented “March for Science”. The aim of the march will be to “celebrate and defend science at all levels

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