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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
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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.
By Project Syndicate - Jul 12,2018
By Susan Lund and Eric Hazan  WASHINGTON, DC/PARIS — From truck drivers using GPS systems to nurses recording patients’ vital signs to train conductors checking tickets with hand-held devices, everybody nowadays needs some basic digital skills.
By Project Syndicate - Jul 07,2018
By Maxwell Gomera and Edward MabayaCAMBRIDGE — On April 3, the United Kingdom announced a ban on the sale of ivory that is “one of the toughest in the world”.
By Project Syndicate - Jun 30,2018
By Jessica Stephens and Sidhartha VermaniNAIROBI/NEW DELHI — More than 300 million people in India lack access to electricity, while in sub-Saharan Africa, twice that many live without power.
By Project Syndicate - Jun 19,2018
By Kristalina Georgieva and Marie-Claude BibeauOTTAWA — There is no doubt that ensuring that women and girls enjoy the same rights and opportunities as men and boys is the right thing to do from a moral and ethical standpoint.

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