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10th August 2018 Protecting civilians in the midst of violent conflict and war is a core element of humanitarian action. Beyond displacement and threats to life,... →
8th August 2018 Demand for and supply of “sustainable” coffee (and other commodities) have grown markedly for two decades, as has the literature analyzing the... →
7th August 2018 Drawing on the work undertaken in previous years within the framework of the G20 and the C20, the results of an international survey launched... →
3rd August 2018 The development of infrastructure in Africa is critical for fostering economic growth and improving the living standards of Africans. It... →
Three compelling reasons why the G20’s plan for an infrastructure asset class is fundamentally flawed
3rd August 2018 Few doubt the need for significant global investment in sustainable infrastructure. Without bettersocial and economic infrastructure, such as... →
1st August 2018 Democracy, liberalism and civil society are under attack from authoritarian leaders worldwide, but their supporters are working hard to ensure they... →
31st July 2018 Since assuming office as President of Zimbabwe after a military coup ousted Robert Mugabe, Emmerson Mnangagwa has made several gestures of reform... →