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By Project Syndicate - Nov 25,2017
Asit K.
By Project Syndicate - Nov 23,2017
Kizito Byenkya and Alex HumphreyMuch to the dismay of the government in Addis Ababa, “Zone 9” has become a household name in Ethiopia.Since 2012, this small group of journalists-turned-online activists has used social media to campaign for political freedoms and civil libert
By Project Syndicate - Nov 18,2017
By Hilda Heine and Kevin RuddWhen Donald Trump was elected US president a year ago, some said the end of the Paris climate agreement was nigh.
By Project Syndicate - Nov 18,2017
By Catherine McKenna and Feike SijbesmaThe hurricanes that pummelled the Caribbean, Texas and Florida this year left highways submerged, homes and businesses demolished and lives lost.The floodwaters have since receded, but the images of upheaval remain etched in our collective m
By Project Syndicate - Nov 15,2017
By Christine Auclair and Mahmoud Al BuraiCities, American-Canadian author Jane Jacobs once observed, are engines for national prosperity and economic growth.
By Project Syndicate - Nov 12,2017
Joseph E.
By Project Syndicate - Nov 08,2017
Nathalie Bernasconi-Osterwalder and Jörg HaasSolutions to the climate crisis are often associated with big conferences, and the next two weeks will no doubt bring many “answers”.Some 20,000 delegates have now descended on Bonn, Germany, for the latest round of United Nations clim
By Project Syndicate - Nov 01,2017
By Yanis Varoufakis and George Tyrikos-ErgasIn 2015, hundreds of thousands of refugees landed on Greece’s island shores. Many had perished at sea.Today, the international public has been lulled into believing that Greece’s refugee crisis has abated.
By Project Syndicate - Oct 19,2017
By Jorge Faurie, Cecilia Malmstrom  and Tsend Munkh-OrgilShock belts, spiked batons and electrified thumbscrews can serve no other purpose than to inflict pain on people.
By Project Syndicate - Oct 15,2017
By Robert Rowthorn and David Ruzicka When Central and Eastern European leaders try to explain why they do not want to accept refugees, they tend to contradict one another.Some insist that refugees take jobs from natives, which implies that refugees are hard workers; others c

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