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The biggest long-term benefit of adequate child is perhaps the least recognized, says
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Martin Rees reflects on the legacy of the program and the future of human space exploration | is a premium article. Read 2 for free, or subscribe for full access
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The single most powerful driver of migration may be food – or, rather, the lack of it
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The stability underpinning Asia’s unprecedented development can no longer be taken for granted |
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The world has made huge progress in combating mass starvation over the past 30 years. Yet, globally, food deprivation still claims a child’s life every three seconds |
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We all know that politicians are cunning and cynical, but could the same now be said for the electorate?
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Our Kind of Diplomat by Carl Bildt -In his biography of the late American diplomat Richard Holbrooke, George Packer tells a broader story of what he sees as "the end of the American century." -
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The fact that America's foreign-policy ambitions have sometimes exceeded its abilities does not mean that the world is worse off for its efforts. If anything, the opposite is true, says
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Crypto land has become an unregulated casino, where unchecked criminality runs riot |
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Worsening economic inequality in recent years is largely the result of policy choices that reflect the political influence and lobbying power of the rich |
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.'s successor as managing director shouldn't be European, argues José Antonio Ocampo
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With a global downturn on the horizon, it's time for a new approach to macroeconomic management, says Benjamin J. Cohen
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Why haven't we matched the achievement of the first moon landing? Because innovation doesn't just happen on its own | is a premium article. Read 2 for free, or subscribe for full access
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How should the EU27 manage their capital markets after Brexit? & 's Simon Gleeson
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After November 9, 1989, “the wheel of history spun faster,” as Helmut Kohl recalled ten years later
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As new political issues are impinging on policymaking, economic prospects grow even more uncertain, says
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Why India is increasingly worried about recent developments in Afghanistan |
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The last space race culminated in the Moon landing, 50 years ago this month. How will the new one end? asks
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Eliminating extreme poverty requires tackling inequality
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Africa is demonstrating that the 12 governance targets under are measurable, says of
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