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By Project Syndicate - Aug 12,2017
By Sung-Young Kim and John A. Mathews  Not long ago, the future of nuclear power was in Asia. In 2015, nine of the 10 reactors that opened globally were on the continent.
By Project Syndicate - Aug 03,2017
By Alex Soros and Patrick WeilIn a world where the threat of large-scale war seems to increase by the day, peace treaties are rare and precious accomplishments.One of the most significant in recent history was concluded just last year, when Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos
By Project Syndicate - Jul 30,2017
By Mia Zaharna and Henry I.
By Project Syndicate - Jul 25,2017
By Domna Michailidou and Jonathan KennedyUnfounded scepticism about vaccines in some communities, in developing and developed countries alike, has emerged in recent years as one of the most serious impediments to global progress in public health.
By Project Syndicate - Jul 22,2017
By Helen Saxenian and Paul WilsonThe first years of this century have been heady ones for global health.International donors — whether national governments, such as the United States through its PEPFAR programme, or new international funding initiatives, such as the Global Fund t
By Project Syndicate - Jul 20,2017
In Ghana, a group of enterprising women and young people is building bicycles out of an unlikely material: bamboo.Ten farmers grow the bamboo and 25 builders craft it into environmentally friendly bikes that can be used on Ghana’s bumpy roads or exported overseas.Bernice Dapaah,
By Project Syndicate - Jul 12,2017
By Simon Johnson and Jonathan RuaneThe world has no shortage of pressing issues.
By Project Syndicate - Jul 05,2017
By Nils Simon and Lili Fuhr If there are any geologists in millions of years, they will easily be able to pinpoint the start of the so-called Anthropocene — the geological age during which humans became the dominant influence on our planet’s environment.Wherever they will lo
By Project Syndicate - Jul 04,2017
By Strive Masiyiwa                                          and Richard Branson Despite impressive economic development in recent years, Africa still lags far behind on e
By Project Syndicate - Jun 22,2017
From Fawaz’s home in a makeshift refugee camp just across the border from Syria, where he lives with his now-displaced family, one danger has been traded for another.“There are no schools. There is no education. My children have no toys.



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