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By Project Syndicate - May 29,2021
By Emmanuel Macron, Paul Kagame, Cyril Ramphosa and Macky SallPARIS — The COVID-19 pandemic has taught us that we can no longer treat seemingly faraway crises as distant problems. What happens anywhere can affect people everywhere.
By Project Syndicate - May 26,2021
By Andrew Sheng and Xiao GengHONG KONG — In 1944, Friedrich A. Hayek suggested that the spontaneous order of markets was inherently superior to the supposedly dynamism-draining totalitarian order of communist or fascist regimes.
By Project Syndicate - May 24,2021
By Michael Kremer and Edward Miguel BERKELEY/CHICAGO — US President Joe Biden’s decision to back the call for waiving intellectual-property protections for COVID-19 vaccines reflects the extent of global pressure for universal vaccine access.
By Project Syndicate - May 22,2021
By Michele Goodwin and Gregory ShafferIRVINE, CALIFORNIA — The COVID-19 pandemic continues to reveal shocking underlying infrastructural inequalities around the world.
By Project Syndicate - May 17,2021
By Akim Mohamed Daouda, Uche Orji and Mamadou Mbaye LIBREVILLE/ABUJA/DJIBOUTI — On May 18, African heads of state, European leaders, and representatives of international institutions will gather in Paris for a summit on financing African economies.
By Project Syndicate - May 16,2021
By Deirdre Nansen McCloskey and Alberto MingardiCHICAGO/MILAN — As COVID-19 vaccines are rolled out, only some parts of the world can breathe a sigh of relief.
By Project Syndicate - May 15,2021
By Palitha Abeykoon, Maha El Rabbat and David NabarroGENEVA — As special envoys on COVID-19 for the director-general of the World Health Organisation, we have witnessed firsthand the intensity of the suffering caused by the pandemic, especially in poorer communities.
By Project Syndicate - May 10,2021
By Joseph E. Stiglitz and Lori WallachNEW YORK — The only way to end the COVID-19 pandemic is to immunise enough people worldwide. The slogan “no one is safe until we are all safe” captures the epidemiological reality we face.
By Project Syndicate - May 04,2021
By Paul Polman and Eva ZabeyLONDON/GENEVA — The planet’s ecosystems are nearing critical tipping points, with extinction rates 100-1,000 times higher than they were a century ago. Our current economic system has put natural resources under ever-increasing pressure.
By Project Syndicate - May 02,2021
By Jonathn Gruber and Simon JohnsonWASHINGTON, DC — Infrastructure is the name given to shared systems that underpin productivity and make it possible to create good jobs at high wages.



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