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War and Peace and Water

Resource-driven conflict, violence, and displacement is set to increase in the coming years, as water-stressed regions face further depletion of their resources. But governments...

The Rwanda Genocide: Lessons of History

When the state is run on such splendid principles, it is bound to go up in the path of progress. If the opposite thoughts guide the state, it would lead to disparity, torture, killings and genocide through distorted use of the state machinery, writes Sharmin Ahmad.

Nature’s answer to climate risk

With the human and financial costs of climate change attracting more attention than ever, now is the time to shift resources toward risk mitigation.

Rethinking the concept of insurance consultants in Ethiopia

Currently, insurance agents and brokers in Ethiopia do not have a multidisciplinary educational background and most of them do not have an advanced understanding of the insurance laws.

Reinsurance and its importance

The Ethiopian economy has been registering double-digit growth for more than a decade.

The return of yellow fever

Yellow fever virus is transmitted by Aedes aegypti – the same mosquito that spreads the Zika virus. Symptoms include fever, muscle pain, headache, nausea, vomiting, and fatigue.

Fairness and free trade

Economists have never been fond of the WTO’s antidumping rules. From a strictly economic standpoint, pricing below costs is not a problem for the...

Why Corruption Matters

World leaders are increasingly recognizing that corruption is a menace to development, human dignity, and global security. At the upcoming anti-corruption summit in London,...

Managing debt in an overleveraged world

If the debt is financing growth-promoting investment, it may be a very good idea. If, however, it is financing “current operations” and raising short-term aggregate demand, it is highly risky, writes Michael Spence.

The promise of e-procurement

The international community has time and again reaffirmed its intent to stamp out corruption, most recently last year, when the UN adopted the Sustainable Development Goals.
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