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By Kemal Dervis   WASHINGTON, DC – Technological waves have always driven social and political change and progress, along with

By Howard Davies     EDINBURGH – Journalists, the adage goes, write “the first rough draft of history.” It’s a grand claim,

By Nouriel Roubini   NEW YORK – Last summer, my colleague Brunello Rosa and I identified ten potential downside risks that could

By Daron Acemoglu   CHICAGO – In the Middle Ages, Italian city-states led the European “commercial revolution” with innovations

By Gordon Brown   LONDON – After three days of pomp and ceremony that presented an image of a seemingly unchanging Britain, US

By Alzbeta Klein   WASHINGTON, DC – On the evening of March 14, tropical cyclone Idai slammed into the southeastern coast of

By Joseph E. Stiglitz   NEW YORK – What kind of economic system is most conducive to human wellbeing? That question has come to

By Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala & Brahima Coulibaly   WASHINGTON, DC – The current backlash against globalization, most notably from

By Robert H. Dugger      ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA – In a recent Project Syndicate commentary, James K. Galbraith of the