Sunday, June 16, 2024

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What the EU Must Do Now

The Brexit vote has underscored the dangers not only of referenda and plebiscites, but also of European complacency.

Who Will Replace Dlamini-Zuma at the African Union?

As the African Union gathers for its 27th summit in Kigali in July, the agenda is likely to be dominated by the race to elect a new chair of the African Union Commission.

Healthcare innovation in the global south

In the developed world, mechanical ventilators provide the respiratory support of bubble CPAP.
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Schools of hope

For children in much of the world, the summer holiday has arrived.

Which policies should have priority?

When we say what should come first, we also need to say what should not come first. This may seem uncaring.

The missing link between the media and the graduate education in Ethiopia

The missing link between the media and the graduate education in Ethiopia, compounded by lack of publication and dissemination culture, drowns number of outstanding knowledge products of young and experienced researchers, only worth for shelves or shredding, writes Dawit Seyum
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Confronting the global threat to democracy

Governments have allowed globalization to outpace them, and have permitted a small group of very wealthy individuals to flout the rule of law. If nothing is done to improve global governance, democracy itself could come under threat, writes Ngaire Woods.

Globalization, epidemics and weak health systems

Chronic, non-communicable diseases are increasing in unprecedented rate elsewhere. A critical challenge for the candidates would be overlooking the need for proper articulation of the balance.

Reigniting emerging-economy growth

For the emerging economies, with their relatively illiquid financial markets, such trends encourage over-dependence on low-cost external capital, which can be withdrawn in a heartbeat, writes Michael Spence. It is no secr
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The greening of African technology

Almost four in five Africans rely for cooking on solid biomass, mainly wood and charcoal. As a result, more than 600,000 people die each year from household air pollution.
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