March highlights include:
A Billion Lives: An Eyewitness Report from the Frontlines of Humanity
Taking us to the frontlines of both natural and manmade disasters, Jan Egeland challenges us to help the helpless.
Book Launch: Dealing Fairly with Developing Country Debt
Barry Herman and Lydia Tomitova
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In Pursuit of a Carbon-Free Economy
The climate crisis requires better tools to compare the true environmental value of greenhouse gas reduction versus sequestration, so that we can decide how to invest our limited resources, writes John Lash.
Russia and the New Great Game
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The international community could act to stop the genocide in Darfur, writes Eric Reeves. For example, it could pressure China and enact an EU trade and investment moratorium.
Can Antarctica Be Preserved?
One of the greatest ethical dilemmas currently facing the nations of the world is how and to what extent mankind should regulate Antarctica, writes Janet Belkin.
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THE BOTTOM BILLION
Global poverty is falling, says economist Paul Collier, but some developing countries are stagnant and diverging from the rest of mankind, creating a danger to global stability. He identifies four poverty traps and here he focuses on one of them: resource riches.
THE NEW AMERICAN STORY
What will it take to make America better and stronger? We can solve such problems as health insurance and our addiction to oil, says Senator Bill Bradley. But first, politicians must tell the American people some hard truths.
UPDATE ON THE KOREAN PENINSULA
Economist and North Korea expert Marcus Noland discusses scenarios for North Korea’s nuclear disarmament, maintaining that the DPRK is becoming increasingly vulnerable to outside pressure.
THE NEW ASIAN HEMISPHERE: THE IRRESTIBLE SHIFT OF GLOBAL POWER TO THE EAST
Western dominance is waning, says scholar and diplomat Kishore Mahbubani, and Asians have already implemented many Western best practices, from meritocracy to free-market economics. Therefore it is high time that the West gives up its domination of global institutions, from the IMF to the UN Security Council.
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