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By Joseph Mazur Back in the 1970s, when I was a graduate student at MIT, there were a few weeks of cafeteria conversations among earth...
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By King Carl Tornam Duho, Anna Taylor, Dr Rosemond Sussana Amamoo and Dr Roselyn Salomey Amamoo The drivers of the economic crisis from the pandemic...
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Driving Positive Change for Women through Innovative Private Sector Investments

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By Neeti Katoch, Amanda Satterly and Anne Valko Celestino The growing popularity of gender lens investing is backed by evidence that investing in women makes...
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Agriculture relies on many elements to produce food, but the most important of them is water. Irrigated agriculture accounts for 40% of global food...
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By Prof. J. Scott Younger, OBE The Tokyo Olympic Games, just concluded, were a spectacular success and grateful thanks are owed to our Japanese hosts...
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Afghanistan: Western Powers Must Accept Defeat and Deal Realistically with the Taliban

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By Sten Rynning The short version of events in Afghanistan is that Pakistan won and the international alliance led by the United States lost. Of...
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Why the US Won’t Be Able to Shirk Moral Responsibility in Leaving Afghanistan

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By Michael Blake The majority of the remaining American troops in Afghanistan were withdrawn recently, with the rest due to leave by the end of August...

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By Dr. Jack Rasmus On August 16, 2021 President Biden addressed the nation to explain why the US military is pulling out of Afghanistan. To...
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Tokyo Olympics 2021: What Will Be the Lasting Impacts?

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By David J. Maurrasse The latest version of the Olympic Games are upon us, and once again, it is time to review the value of...

The Study of International Political Economy

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By Kalim Siddiqui I. Introduction The study of the international political economy refers to an interdisciplinary academic subject area of study that analyses economics, politics and...

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