The Social Media Threat to Society and Security

Commentary from Project Syndicate BY GEORGE SOROS It takes significant effort to assert and defend what John Stuart Mill called

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Venezuela’s government clings on by splitting the opposition and strong-arming the poor

Ryan Brading, SOAS, University of London Despite a crippling economic crisis, alarming social turmoil and a 17% approval rating, Nicolás

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Growth Without Industrialization?

Commentary from Project Syndicate BY DANI RODRIK Low-income African countries can sustain moderate rates of productivity growth into the future, on

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How Not to Catch Cancer: a Riposte to Harnessing Weak Institutions to Build Markets

By Roy Lee* In her blogpost “Harnessing Weak Institutions to Build Markets” Professor Yuen Yuen Ang essentially argues that rather

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Tackling Non-Inclusive Growth

Commentary from Project Syndicate BY MICHAEL SPENCE Rigorous research on the causes and consequences of unequally distributed growth is necessary to

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Managing the State: Social Credit, Surveillance and the CCP’s Plan for China

Originally Published on The Jamestown Foundation By: Samantha Hoffman On July 20, the Chinese government released its Next Generation Artificial Intelligence Development

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What good are elections in East Africa?

This article was originally published on Waging Nonviolence. BY Phil Wilmot Embed from Getty Images Kenyans concerned with social and political

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Democratic Governance and the EU-s Political Integration Security Gap and Transition to Market Economy

Global Geopolitics Net Scholarly Papers and In-Depth Journalism Series By Sedef Asli Topal, Master of Arts in International Relations –

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