Is Inequality a Clear Infringement of the Human Right to Health?

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By Claudio Schuftan Inequality in health is a morally significant fact in itself. Yet the current status of health inequality trends among and within countries...

World Investment Forum 2014: Investing in Sustainable Development

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By Henrietta Morris In the early 1960s, developing countries began to raise concerns regarding their place in international trade, calling for a conference whose specific...

Recasting International Development in a Post-Recessionary World

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By Stephen McCloskey and Gerard McCann Globalisation has been a mixed blessing for international development. Below, Stephen McCloskey and Gerard McCann argue that greater resilience...

Earn Billions in North Korea: Here’s How

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By Shepherd Iverson This is not a parody for THE ONION, but a pragmatic proposal to reunify Korea with your money, in exchange for resource...

TRUMPIN’ AND THUMPIN’ BACK TO THE 1930s

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By Dan Steinbock With the Trump White House, America and a global economy will enter a highly divisive period – as evidenced by the debate...

Probing the Minds of Elected Women Representatives on Village Councils in India

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By Samir Sathe The psychological construct of the Elected Women Representatives (EWRs) is a significantly relevant and yet surprisingly ignored subject in India. This article...

Equitable Action on Climate Now

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By Adrian Parr In 2010 the world emitted 38.1 billion tons of carbon dioxide (CO2). This is 48 percent more CO2 than in 1992, and...

Climate Change: What It Means for Us, Our Children, and Our Grandchildren

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By J. F. C. DiMento, P. Doughman and S. Levesque Most of us are familiar with the terms climate change and global warming, but not...

Is Brazil still “The Country of The Future”?

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By Manoel Bittencourt In this article Manoel Bittencourt argues that corruption is killing economic growth and prosperity in Brazil. Using standard economic theory and data...

Health and Sustainability in the Canadian Food System: advocacy and opportunity for civil...

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By Rod MacRae, Elisabeth Abergel and Mustafa Koc Traditional approaches to food and agriculture policy making in Canada are in question, with the realization that...

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