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Feeding the Planet, Empowering Women

If we want to end hunger then we must empower women. If we want to feed the planet then we must fight gender discrimination.

The Land That Weeps Oil

Xinjiang is steeped in oil. If you drive five hours northwest from Urumqi, the region’s capital, you come to Black Oil Mountain, a popular tourist…

Germany vs Russia?

It may be difficult for an American to admit, but the confrontation between Russia and the West will not be solved by the power and…

Can We End Extreme Poverty by 2030?

New Zealand and Brazil are separated by more than 7,500 miles. The two countries seem to have little in common, apart from long white beaches…

Interview: Helen Clark

Helen Clark became the Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) on April 17, 2009, and is the first woman to lead the organization.…

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  • March/April 2015

     

    March/April 2015 Issue II, Vol IX

    International Women's Day 2015

    Feeding the Planet, Empowering Women

    PLUS: The New Sino-Iranian Security Axis; Tor and Bitcoin; Cyber Quantifiable Restrictions; Interviews with Ambassadors La Celia Prince and Laurie Fulton; The Future of Manufacturing; and More!

     



Developed Countries Barriers to Immigration

The vast liberalization of international trade and the relatively free movement of capital on a global scale no longer move parallel with the freedom of migration. OECD members ...

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