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Opinion

Airing the IMF’s dirty laundry

The IMF's Independent Evaluation Office, established after Asia's 1998 financial crisis to assess IMF policies and programs at arm's length, has issued a comprehensive critique of the Fund’s role in Europe’s post-2008 crisis.

The data-poor lives of adolescents

Will today's adolescents be healthy enough to lead tomorrow's world? To ensure that they are, their age group must be included in more policy discussions – and that means collecting the data needed to guide health-enhancing interventions, writes Ali H. Mokdad.

Microfinancing climate resilience

Too many small businesses in the areas most vulnerable to the effects of climate change lack access to credit, preventing them from taking steps to build resilience through renewable energy, sustainable production, and other measures.

The heroes we need

Hollywood has actually given the breath of life to numerous super human heroes and we—the mere mortals—fascinatingly watch their heroic deeds and get back to our lives imitating them a bit but knowing deep inside that it is futile to try to do even the simplest things that are portrayed there, writes Nebiyou Worku

Internet or splinternet?

The importance of the Internet – to individuals, societies, companies, and economies – cannot be overstated.

Trump the traitor

Were Donald Trump elected US President in November, the implications would be more terrifying than anyone thought.

Students, not brides

When girls stay in school, instead of marrying early, the benefits are not theirs alone; their countries’ economies gain as well.

Turkish democracy’s secret weapon

For Turkey’s new middle class, the survival of democracy could not be more important – and, as recent events have shown, they are willing to fight for it.

The death of world heritage sites

Though almost one-quarter of the coral in the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage site has died this year, in the worst mass coral bleaching in recorded history, Australia has doggedly pursued new dirty energy projects. With governments failing to protect natural resources, it is up to the World Heritage Committee to take a stand, writes Martin Wagner and Noni Austin.

Global cooperation as a life-and-death issue

While governments, industry, and international organizations have made important strides over the last two years in tackling the threat posed by rising antimicrobial resistance, the truth is that their work has barely begun.
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