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The city that shrinks poverty

By Luc Christiaensen and Ravi Kabur Megacities get all the attention but as world leaders gather in Singapore to explore urban issues, they ought to consider the important role that second cities provide in helping to counter poverty and spur ... Cyprus Mail, 1 week ago

Why are voters ignoring the advice of experts?

By Jean Pisani-Ferry/Paris By the time British citizens went to the polls on June 23 to decide on their country's continued membership in the European Union, there had been no shortage of advice in favour of remaining. Foreign leaders and moral ...
 Gulf Times2 weeks ago People in this country have had enough of experts": Why?  World Economic Forum3 weeks ago [Jean Pisani-Ferry] Why are voters ignoring experts?  Korea Herald3 weeks ago Why are voters ignoring experts?  Times of Oman3 weeks ago
Spiegel Online

Poverty Conundrum Why Most Poor People Live in 'Middle-Income Countries'

06/29/2016 04:48 PM Why Most Poor People Live in 'Middle-Income Countries' By Rema Nagarajan One might think that the countries where most poor people live would be classified as poor themselves. But they aren't. The World Bank's ...
 Spiegel Online3 weeks ago

Skills gap needs broad effort

I DONT like the term born free, because there is no African child born free in this country … I see it as a negative, false thesis that shows better change in this country, whereas all of us know that life hasn't changed for the better." These ...
 BDlive1 month ago
Project Syndicate

Time for India to stretch its wings

Imagine you are a parent with a large number of children and limited resources. Your oldest child is mature enough to move out of your home, but he does not want to. So he stays, consuming resources that his siblings desperately need. Is it right to ...
 Times of Oman1 month ago
Cornell University

Jack Elliott tree sculpture highlights climate justice

Lindsay France/University Photography Red oak statue "Animus" on the Ag Quad. The almost-anthropomorphic shape on the Ag Quad that was once a tree was intended by its creator, artist and associate professor of design and environmental ...
 Cornell University2 months ago
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