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The World Bank is in a leadership crisis. But that’s nothing new. Director of SAIS Asia Programs Devesh Kapur wrote in The Globe and Mail, 1/18
Eating meat has ‘dire’ consequences for the planet, says report. Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor of Ethics & Global Food and Agriculture Jessica Fanzo quoted in National Geographic, 1/16
Would Brexit leave Germany as Europe’s sole powerhouse? Distinguished Practitioner-in-Residence at the Philip Merrill Center for Strategic Studies John McLaughlin wrote in OZY, 1/14
Venezuela’s Maduro begins second term amidst an economic crisis. Adjunct Lecturer of Latin American Studies Benjamin N. Gedan interviewed on PBS NewsHour, 1/10


 

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