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... the presidential election on March 18 — which Putin will win virtually unchallenged — it needs Russians to understand that their choice is either Putin or disarray. Nina Khrushcheva is professor of international affairs at The New School and a senior fellow at the World Policy Institute. Project Syndicate.
And calculations by the National Priorities Project indicate that the Department of Defense is slated to be an even bigger winner in Trump's 2019 budget blueprint. Its share of the discretionary budget, which includes virtually everything the government does other than programs like Medicare and Social ...

World Policy On Air is a podcast from the pages and website of World Policy Journal. Content hosted by iono.fm. Russian state media marked the centenary of the Bolshevik revolution this year by airing new television dramas, launching interactive websites, and live tweeting. On today's episode of World ...
“Quipus are knotted cords that were used by the Incas and ancient Andean civilizations, to convey complex messages,” reads the Quipu Project website. These instruments inspired the project's interactive documentary, which provides an opportunity for people—mostly indigenous men and women—who ...
World Policy On Air is a podcast from the pages and website of World Policy Journal. Content hosted by iono.fm. Nicaragua ranks fourth in the world for most reported incidents of rape, and this problem originates in ...
On Oct.10, World Policy Institute hosted, “Arms and Allies: Security Cooperation in East Asia,” featuring panelists who have closely studied alliances and joint operations in the region. In their discussion of security issues, the speakers—Ankit Panda, senior editor at The Diplomat; Emilia Puma, Foreign ...

The prevalence of slavery in Mauritania is among the highest in the world. The efforts the nation has made in the past few decades to not only dismantle the institutionalized practice, but also criminalize it, remain largely unsuccessful. In 1981, by presidential decree, Mauritania became the last country to ...
In their contributions, International Policy Institute Arctic Fellows in the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies at the University of Washington endeavor to adapt in-depth research projects to policy-relevant articles. Their pieces examine the role of the Arctic Council in international relations ...
These continuous violent conflicts have drained resources and undermined investor confidence in the Sudanese economy. Sudan's relationship with Qatar, meanwhile, goes beyond economic interest. Qatar has pledged funding to Sudan, such as an unprecedented $135 million project to unearth Sudan's ...
And calculations by the National Priorities Project indicate that the Department of Defense is slated to be an even bigger winner in Trump's 2019 budget blueprint. Its share of the discretionary budget, which includes virtually everything the government does other than programs like Medicare and Social ...
MOSCOW (Project Syndicate) — “If the mountain will not come to Muhammad,” so the saying goes, “then Muhammad must go to the mountain.” With his decision to attend this year's World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, Switzerland, President Donald Trump seems to be taking that message to heart ...
“If the mountain will not come to Mohamed,” so the saying goes, “then Mohamed must go to the mountain.” With his decision to attend this year's World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, Donald Trump seems to be taking that message to heart (although he would undoubtedly recoil from any link between ...
... on Republicans' lack of personal integrity. The question is what will have become of American democracy by then. Nina L Khrushcheva is professor of international affairs at The New School and a senior fellow at the World Policy Institute. Copyright: Project Syndicate, 2017 (www.project-syndicate.org).
To achieve that goal, Peter Tomsen, former U.S. ambassador and special envoy to Afghanistan, notes in his article published in World Policy Institute, that Pakistan seeks ... In 2016, Kabul gave its share of electricity from the regional CASA-1000 project to Pakistan due to the dire energy crisis in the country.
For Talking Policy, filmmaker Sandra Tabares-Duque discusses the Quipu Project, a transmedia effort to bring this horrific period out into the open by recording the testimonies of survivors through a phone line connected to a website. The project is named after "knotted cords that were used by the Incas and ...
His project, “Innu Meshkenu,” which means “the path of the Innu” or “the path of all humans,” was meant to inspire young people to fulfill their dreams. The walk lasted 25 days and covered more than 300 miles. It was my first expedition experience, and I felt myself switch into “survival mode” several times ...
"Quipus are knotted cords that were used by the Incas and ancient Andean civilizations, to convey complex messages," reads the Quipu Project website. These instruments inspired the project's interactive documentary, which provides an opportunity for people—mostly indigenous men and women—who ...

Projects · Arctic in Context · Emergent Cities · What's Your 12x12? The Water-Energy Nexus · Program for African Thought · The Arts-Policy Nexus · The Walter .... Millennium Project's State of the Future 19.0: Collective Intelligence on the Future of the World ... Copyright © 2013 World Policy Institute.
RT continues to target Western viewers, even as its pro-Kremlin propagandizing has come under close scrutiny in the U.S. The revolutionary social media campaign was designed with that audience in mind, according to the head of online projects there, Kirill Karnovich-Valua. The revolution “may not be ...
Elections can change the course of social movements, and voters' choices can reverberate far beyond national borders, as stories from Spain, Kenya, and Liberia demonstrate in World Policy Journal's fall issue. The crisis in Spain continues to unfold in the wake of the Catalan independence vote. Bernardo ...
I vividly remember my first visit to the United States, and how fascinated I was to see organic labels on fruits and other food in a grocery store. Coming from Nigeria, this seemed like an unbelievable novelty. Yet, worldwide, the trend toward organic food is growing. In 2016 alone, global sales of organic food ...
The media is paying little attention to the possibility of a U.S.-China trade war in the near future, despite the fact that President Donald Trump has set in motion proceedings that will empower him to initiate one. During the presidential campaign, Trump railed against China in virtually every speech.
World Policy Journal begins each issue with the Big Question, where we ask a panel of experts to provide insight into the cover theme. The question for the fall 2017 Constructing Family issue is: What values from your parents' generation would you preserve in a changing world? Below, Giannina Braschi ...
The changing seascape in the Arctic has considerable implications for human activity in the region. While efforts are underway to develop new frameworks, particularly in terms of shipping and transit, some of these policies might also create challenges and sources of discord. In the first week of September ...
All over Africa, countries are battling fall armyworms. These crop-eating larval caterpillars are ravaging food supplies and posing major geopolitical challenges on the continent. Because the worms feed on over 80 plant species and develop into moths that can fly long distances, combating them requires ...
The North Korean development of nuclear weapons seems to be an intractable problem. A military solution is widely rejected across the political spectrum from right-wing Steve Bannon, President Donald Trump's former chief strategist, to most liberals, including military experts such as John E. Pike, director ...
In their contributions, International Policy Institute Arctic Fellows in the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies at the University of Washington endeavor to adapt in-depth research projects to policy-relevant articles. Their pieces examine the role of the Arctic Council in international relations ...
These continuous violent conflicts have drained resources and undermined investor confidence in the Sudanese economy. Sudan's relationship with Qatar, meanwhile, goes beyond economic interest. Qatar has pledged funding to Sudan, such as an unprecedented $135 million project to unearth Sudan's ...
As a study by the Costs of War Project at Brown University's Watson Institute recently noted, our post-9/11 wars have already cost at least $5.6 trillion when one takes into account both direct budgetary commitments and long-term obligations, including lifetime care for the hundreds of thousands of American ...
William D. Hartung is the director of the Arms and Security Project at the ... Research Fellow at the New York-based World Policy Institute.
William D. Hartung is the director of the Arms and Security Project at the ... Research Fellow at the New York-based World Policy Institute.
The Manhattan Project, the vast scientific-industrial endeavor that ... of the largest government-funded research and manufacturing projects in history. .... Center for International Policy and a fellow at the World Policy Institute.
The reason we ultimately decided to do this project was there was no one else. We looked and r eached out to people, but there are no openly ...
... according to the head of online projects there, Kirill Karnovich-Valua. The revolution “may not be widely understood in the West,” he said.
In 2015, Norway donated $1 billion to Brazil to promote anti-deforestation initiatives in the Amazon. The country has launched similar projects ...
NEW YORK (Project Syndicate) — After nine months of Donald Trump's .... at The New School and a senior fellow at the World Policy Institute.
Republicans who care about ending up on the right side of history cannot stay on Trump's side any longer, writes Nina L. Khrushcheva.
We kicked off the fall issue of World Policy Journal, “Constructing Family,” by posing a question to our international contributors: What values ...
... that undertakes oceanographic and engineering research projects. ... The Innovative Technology for Arctic Exploration Project led by the ...
The Northern states ultimately decided to cooperate with them—even if only to project a global image of peace and harmony. By using ...
According to Essebsi, the reclaimed money would be used for national development projects. Although the law was intended to promote ...
From public health to pollution to child rights, on-the-ground activists bring the world's attention to critical issues. This week, we take a look at ...
The changing seascape in the Arctic has considerable implications for human activity in the region. While efforts are underway to develop new ...
... heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne. Russian leaders pushed this risky project because of their own agenda for war sooner rather than later.
In 2009 report from Global Industry Analysts declared skin-lightening a $10 billion industry; the organization also projects that the number ...
Money too often dictates the workings of politics, from electoral races to the distribution of public services. This week, we take a look at how ...
The North Korean development of nuclear weapons seems to be an intractable problem. A military solution is widely rejected across the ...
... into Arctic Council research and projects has proven difficult and slow. ... these knowledge holders from the beginning of project planning.
... in-depth research projects to policy-relevant articles. Their pieces examine the role of the Arctic Council in international relations outside the ...
Qatar has pledged funding to Sudan, such as an unprecedented $135 million project to unearth Sudan's rich archaeological heritage in 2014, ...


 

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