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By Project Syndicate - Jun 15,2019
By George SorosLONDON — Last month’s elections to the European Parliament produced better results than one could have expected, and for a simple reason: The silent pro-European majority has spoken.
By Project Syndicate - Jun 15,2019
By Olga MorawczynskiTORONTO — The growth of digital platforms in Africa could offer new opportunities to bridge the current gap between often-insecure informal work and formal employment.
By Project Syndicate - Jun 14,2019
By Asha George, Amnesty Lefevre, Rajani Ved CAPE TOWN — Digital technology is revolutionising our daily lives. Mobile devices monitor our movements, marketing algorithms guide our consumption and social media shape our worldviews and politics.
By Project Syndicate - Jun 04,2019
By Daron Acemoglu and James A. RobinsonCHICAGO — In the Middle Ages, Italian city-states led the European “commercial revolution” with innovations in finance, trade and technology. Then something strange happened.
By Project Syndicate - Jun 04,2019
By Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala and Brahima Coulibaly WASHINGTON, DC — The current backlash against globalisation, most notably from working-class citizens in advanced economies who are worried about stagnant wages and insecure jobs, highlights how the benefits of global economic int
By Project Syndicate - Jun 04,2019
By Alaa Murabit and Luca Bücken NEW YORK — In the years leading up to Syria’s civil war, the country endured three consecutive record-breaking droughts.
By Project Syndicate - May 31,2019
By Joseph E. StiglitzNEW YORK — What kind of economic system is most conducive to human well-being?
By Project Syndicate - May 31,2019
By Gordon BrownLONDON — Continuous declines in international education aid are depriving half of all young people in the developing world, some 800 million children, of the education they will need to secure meaningful employment in the future.
By Project Syndicate - May 31,2019
By Jan Erik SaugestadOSLO — Following the abdication of Emperor Akihito, Japan announced that its new imperial era would be called “Reiwa” (“beautiful harmony”).
By Project Syndicate - May 27,2019
By Teresa Ish and Henrik ÖsterblomSTOCKHOLM — McDonald’s. Hilton. IKEA. Each of these corporate titans enjoys an enormous customer base.

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