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By Project Syndicate - Jun 28,2022
By Ahunna Eziakonwa and Maxwell GomeraNEW YORK  —  World leaders have mounted a resolute response to the war in Ukraine, the consequences of which are being felt far beyond the warzone.
By Project Syndicate - Jun 28,2022
By Alexander Schallenberg and Phil TwyfordVIENNA/WELLINGTON  —  Austria and New Zealand may be far apart geographically, but we are connected by shared values and principles.
By Project Syndicate - Jun 27,2022
By Rushad Nanavatty and Sheila Aggarwal-KhanWASHINGTON, DC  —  Extreme heat is having its moment in the sun.
By Project Syndicate - Jun 26,2022
By Mariana Mazzucato and Alan DonnellyLONDON — This month, G-7 leaders will gather in Germany to discuss a litany of overlapping global crises, including the war in Ukraine, food insecurity, inflation, backlogged global supply chains, the pandemic response and climate change.
By Project Syndicate - Jun 16,2022
By Tijani Salami, Jane OtaiMINNA — In April, the beloved Nigerian gospel singer Osinachi Nwachukwu died at the hands of her husband.
By Project Syndicate - Jun 13,2022
By Alexander Müller, violet Shivutse and  Jes WeigeltBERLIN — The global food system is broken. Although it produces more than enough calories to feed everyone, up to 811 million people — more than 10 per cent of the world’s population — go to bed hungry each night.
By Project Syndicate - Jun 05,2022
By Jeffrey D. Sachs and Neil L. HarrisonNEW YORK  —  When US President Joe Biden asked the United States Intelligence Community (IC) to determine the origin of COVID-19, its conclusion was remarkably understated but nonetheless shocking.
By Project Syndicate - Jun 05,2022
By Phillip A. Sharp and Julien PatrisCAMBRIDGE  —  The COVID-19 pandemic has reshaped attitudes toward public health, fiscal policy, and the state’s role in the economy.
By Project Syndicate - Jun 02,2022
Phillip A. Sharp and julienPatrisCAMBRIDGE — The COVID-19 pandemic has reshaped attitudes towards public health, fiscal policy and the state’s role in the economy.
By Project Syndicate - May 30,2022
By J. David Stewart and Henry P. HuntingtonEAGLE RIVER, ALASKA  —  Addressing the ever-worsening climate crisis will require the largest sustained movement of capital in history.

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