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Trump and Xi at the G-20: Why bilateralism won’t work
Posted on Saturday December 01, 2018

By Adam TriggsTen years ago, G-20 countries displayed an unprecedented level of multilateral cooperation in response to the global financial crisis. How times have changed. This weekend’s G-20 summit in Buenos Aires will look very different. Cooperation has been replaced with confrontation, solidarity with suspicion, …

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Africa in the news: Minimum wage bill passes in South Africa and Addis Ababa leads in air traffic
Posted on Saturday December 01, 2018

By Nirav PatelSouth Africa ratifies minimum wage bill On Monday, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa signed a national minimum wage bill into law. The National Minimum Wage Act sets minimum wage at 20 rand an hour (about $1.45 an hour). South Africa’s average household net-adjusted …

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The Shirk Report – Volume 502
Posted on Friday November 30, 2018

  Welcome to the Shirk Report where you will find 20 funny images, 10 interesting articles and 5 entertaining videos from the last 7 days of sifting. Most images found on Reddit; articles from Facebook, Twitter, and email; videos come from everywhere. Any suggestions? Send …

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Protecting sensitive technologies without constricting their development
Posted on Friday November 30, 2018

By Robert D. WilliamsAs the G20 summit in Buenos Aires gets underway, speculation continues to mount over whether U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping can achieve a breakthrough that would put a floor under U.S.-China trade tensions and the ever-deteriorating bilateral relationship. But a potentially more consequential …

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Figures of the week: Financing for small and medium-sized enterprises in sub-Saharan Africa
Posted on Friday November 30, 2018

By Dhruv GandhiA new report released this month by the European Investment Bank (EIB), Banking in Africa: Delivering on financial inclusion, supporting financial stability, highlights progress in financial inclusion and banking expansion in Africa. The report documents increasing financial inclusion in sub-Saharan Africa led by …

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Do the current Democratic politics spell doom for charter schools?
Posted on Monday June 10, 2019

In prior posts, I argued that education is likely to play a major role in the Democratic primaries. This is due to several factors, including: the growing importance of education as a national issue, the unions’ continued power, and the possibility that no Democrat will …

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Africa in the news: New environmental policies on the continent, Zimbabwe’s IMF stabilization program, and Sudan update
Posted on Saturday June 08, 2019

Tanzania, Kenya, and UNECA enact environment-positive policies and programs On Saturday, June 1, Tanzania’s ban on plastic bags went into effect. According to The Citizen, the new law targets the “import, export, manufacturing, sale, storage, supply, and use of plastic carrier bags regardless of their …

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Can technology improve service delivery?
Posted on Friday June 07, 2019

For the last 15 years, I have been focused on (some may say obsessed with) the delivery of basic services such as health and education. In the last two years, as a member of the Pathways for Prosperity Commission, I’ve been interested in how technology …

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How to make concrete progress on the Global Compact on Refugees
Posted on Friday June 07, 2019

As World Refugee Day approaches on June 20, the number of refugees worldwide will likely surpass last year’s 25.4 million. That governments in the West and elsewhere—under pressure from anti-immigrant populists—are increasingly shutting their doors to refugees and asylum-seekers only exacerbates their plight.[author-bio] Meanwhile, the …

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