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By Project Syndicate - Oct 12,2019
By Hans-Helmut KotzCAMBRIDGE — Over the past couple of months, the German debate over fiscal and monetary policy has taken an interesting turn.
By Project Syndicate - Oct 12,2019
By Jayati GhoshNEW DELHI — In the natural world, humans stand out for the complexity of the tools, technologies and institutions that we have developed.
By Project Syndicate - Oct 12,2019
By Samuele FurfariBRUSSELS — Last month, the Akademik Lomonosov, Russia’s first floating nuclear power plant, arrived in the remote town of Pevek in the country’s Siberian Arctic region.
By Project Syndicate - Oct 10,2019
By Mitu Gulati, Ugo Panizza, Mark WeidemaierDURHAM/GENEVA/CHAPEL HILL — In late October, Venezuela is likely to default on a $913 million payment on a key bond.
By Project Syndicate - Oct 10,2019
By Joseph E. StiglitzNEW YORK — Nearly a quarter-century ago, I was a lead author on “Climate Change 1995 — A Report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change”. In that report, we made one big mistake: We should have sounded the alarm louder.
By Project Syndicate - Oct 10,2019
By Ian Buruma NEW YORK — The late Alan Clark, a British politician of the Margaret Thatcher era, chiefly known for his womanising and his hard-right views, once lamented to me the decline of the British fighting spirit that built empires and won wars.
By Project Syndicate - Oct 07,2019
By Jonathan Woetzel, Jeongmin SeongSHANGHAI — In the nineteenth century, the world was Europeanised. In the twentieth century, it was Americanised. Now, it is being Asianised, and much faster than you may think.Asia’s rise has been swift.
By Project Syndicate - Oct 06,2019
By Kemal Dervi, Sebastián Strauss WASHINGTON  — If you leave Argentina and come back 20 days later, according to a tragically apt joke, you will find everything is different, but if you come back after 20 years, you will find that everything is the same.
By Project Syndicate - Oct 06,2019
By William Bruno, Todd Schneberk LOS ANGELES — In a stuffy attic-turned-office in Tijuana, Mexico, Juan (his name has been changed to protect his identity) described the harrowing events that drove him to flee his home in Guatemala, travel thousands of miles by foot and requ
By Project Syndicate - Sep 26,2019
By Emma Navarro, Nanda Jichkar LUXEMBOURG — With global leaders gathering in New York City for the UN Climate Action Summit this week, it is important to remember that cities are not just convenient settings for our coexistence and dialogue, but also leading sources of green

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