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By Project Syndicate - Jun 15,2018
By Oliver Tonby and Anu MadgavkarSINGAPORE/MUMBAI — Gender equality offers a sizeable economic opportunity for any country.
By Project Syndicate - Jun 11,2018
By Costas Georgiades and Luca Bücken MAASTRICHT — For the asylum seekers in the Moria refugee camp in Lesbos, Greece, the word “almost” has become a source of devastation. They almost made it. They are almost at the end of their brutal journey.
By Project Syndicate - Jun 10,2018
By Martin Guzman and Joseph E. StiglitzNEW YORK — The currency scare that Argentina suffered last month caught many by surprise. In fact, a set of risky bets that Argentina’s government undertook starting in December 2015 increased the country’s vulnerability.
By Project Syndicate - Jun 08,2018
By Piet de Klerk and Robert Floyd WASHINGTON, DC — As officials from the United States and North Korea prepare for the June 12 summit meeting between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un, nuclear experts must come to terms with a significant question: If Kim commits to dismantling h
By Project Syndicate - May 31,2018
By Ricardo Hausmann and Julian HinzCAMBRIDGE — Venezuela is in the news again. Through unprecedented treachery, President Nicolás Maduro awarded himself victory in the presidential election on May 20.
By Project Syndicate - May 27,2018
By Maria Gonzalez-Miranda and Ivailo IzvorskiWASHINGTON, DC — Information technology is not just transforming markets, it is also making them ubiquitous, particularly for household consumers.
By Project Syndicate - May 19,2018
By Manzoor Qadir and Vladimir SmakhtinHAMILTON, CANADA — In many parts of the world, there are simply no more conventional freshwater resources available to meet growing demand.
By Project Syndicate - May 19,2018
By Michel Sidibé and Lucica DitiuGENEVA — When Mabruka was 18, she came home from school one day and started coughing up blood.
By Project Syndicate - May 16,2018
By Anderson E. Stanciole and Federica MaurizioBANGKOK — Mai was 17 years old when she and her boyfriend became sexually active. Because unmarried adolescents in their country cannot access contraception without parental consent, they decided to make do without.
By Project Syndicate - May 13,2018
By Helen Clark and Sania Nishtar NEW YORK — Over the past few decades, the international community has tasked itself with achieving a wide range of social and environmental objectives, many of which are enshrined in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) for

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