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Can development really be delivered by investing in private banks? Peter Chowla - 24 Apr 2014

Peter Chowla discusses if private banks are the answer to development. ‘Banksters’ have become famous since the financial...

Why A Global Wealth Tax Would Help Address Inequality Thomas Piketty - 24 Apr 2014

Thomas Piketty argues that with disparities in income and wealth rising substantially over recent decades, a global progressive tax on...

Synthetic biology - what to expect and fear? Nayef Al-Rodhan - 23 Apr 2014

Nayef Al-Rodhan discusses the potentials and pitfalls of the ability to create new lifeforms. Interactions between life sciences and...

After Afghanistan: A Return to UN Peacekeeping? Peter Nadin - 23 Apr 2014

Peter Nadin discusses the issues revolving around Western countries' contribution to UN peacekeeping.  In early 1993, many Western...

Wake Up Obama; The Party's Started Karl T. Muth - 22 Apr 2014

Karl Muth calls on Obama to make more of the positive signals coming from the American economy. When will Obama realise he's a boom...

What's the added value of bringing together projects on the same issue in lots of countries? Duncan Green - 22 Apr 2014

Using the example of the Raising her Voice campaign, Duncan Green looks at the advantages of a more collective approach to dealing with...

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