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By Project Syndicate - Apr 19,2021
By Sheldon Whitehouse and Hank JohnsonWASHINGTON, DC — America’s courts are under siege from right-wing special interests. They want to rig the federal judiciary to favour large employers over workers, mega-banks over small businesses, and gun manufacturers over gun victims.
By Project Syndicate - Apr 18,2021
By Raj Persaud and Adrian FurnhamLONDON — The late Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and husband to the queen, was long celebrated (or parodied) for his distinctive personality.
By Project Syndicate - Apr 18,2021
By Gordon Brown, Winnie Byanyima, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Graça Machel, Ken Ofori-Atta, Mary Robinson and Kevin WatkinsLONDON — “Nobody is safe until everyone is safe” is the defining mantra of the COVID-19 era. It captures a fundamental truth.
By Project Syndicate - Apr 18,2021
By Guy Edwards and Benjamin N. GedanWASHINGTON, DC — Relations between the United States and much of Latin America are recovering after hitting rock bottom under former US president Donald Trump.
By Project Syndicate - Apr 17,2021
By Gordon Brown, Helen Clarck, Richard J. Roberts and Joseph E.
By Project Syndicate - Apr 14,2021
By Mark Esposito, Landry Signe and Nicholas DavisCAMBRIDGE — As massive online platforms have given rise to numerous virtual marketplaces, a gap has opened between the real and the digital economy.
By Project Syndicate - Apr 13,2021
By Shamshad Akhtar, Ulrich Volz, Moritz Kraemer and Stephany Griffith-Jones ISLAMABAD — This month, G-20 finance ministers agreed to a proposal to issue $650 billion worth of the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) reserve asset, special drawing rights, and an additional six
By Project Syndicate - Apr 12,2021
This research has identified a range of effective measures to reduce extreme poverty, including schemes to enroll more girls in school, help the unemployed find jobs, and support voters in making more informed election choices.
By Project Syndicate - Apr 10,2021
By Olivia White and Anu Madgavkar SAN FRANCISCO/MUMBAI — Even before the passage of the latest stimulus bill in the United States, governments around the world have offered almost $12 trillion in financial aid to businesses and households affected by COVID-19, equivalent to
By Project Syndicate - Apr 06,2021
In Europe, we have heard the warnings about climate change. We know that if our industrial, energy, transportation, and food systems do not change, we could face a catastrophic temperature increase of more than 3°C this century.

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