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السبسي، مؤسّس الجمهورية التونسية الثانية، يترك خلفه إرثاً متضارباً
Posted on Tuesday July 30, 2019

By Sharan Grewalفارق الرئيس التونسي الباجي قائد السبسي الحياة اليوم عن عمر 92 سنة. وقد وضع الرئيس السبسي، أول رئيس مُنتخب ديمقراطياً، الأسس للجمهورية الثانية في البلاد وسط منطقة تخضّها الاضطرابات عقب ثورات الربيع العربي. بيد أنّ السبسي يترك خلفه إرثاً متضارباً. فهو شخصية استقطابية …

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Africa and the Sustainable Development Goals: A long way to go
Posted on Monday July 29, 2019

By Belay BegashawDespite the widespread adoption of and progress toward the Sustainable Development Goals, Africa continues to lag behind most of the world when it comes to socioeconomic development. In fact, a recent report by the Sustainable Development Goals Center for Africa—”Africa 2030: Sustainable Development …

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Reducing access to contraception won’t reduce the abortion rate
Posted on Monday July 29, 2019

By Katherine Guyot, Isabel V. SawhillContraceptive access for low-income women in the U.S. is about to become more limited as new rules governing Title X family planning grants go into effect in the next two months. The Department of Health and Human Services announced in mid-July that it will soon begin enforcing rules banning federally funded health clinics from offering …

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How much does the world spend on the Sustainable Development Goals?
Posted on Monday July 29, 2019

By Homi Kharas, John McArthurPouring several colors of paint into a single bucket produces a gray pool of muck, not a shiny rainbow. So too with discussions of financing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Jumbling too many issues into the same debate leads to policy …

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Brexit endgame: Theresa May’s terrible, horrible, no good, very bad week
Posted on Wednesday December 12, 2018

By Amanda SloatWhy didn’t parliament vote on the Brexit deal? On Tuesday, British members of Parliament (MPs) were scheduled to hold a “meaningful vote” on the Brexit deal: a 585-page withdrawal agreement negotiated over 16 months and a 26-page political declaration on the future relationship …

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Minneapolis 2040: The most wonderful plan of the year
Posted on Wednesday December 12, 2018

By Jenny Schuetz Perhaps proximity to the North Pole has its advantages. On December 7, Santa Claus (a.k.a. the Minneapolis City Council) delivered an early holiday gift to Twin Cities urbanists: several key zoning reforms, neatly packaged in an 1100-page comprehensive plan. YIMBYs around the …

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Americans are increasingly critical of Israel
Posted on Wednesday December 12, 2018

By Shibley TelhamiThe firing of Professor Marc Lamont Hill as a CNN contributor after his speech at a United Nations event commemorating the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People has generated considerable debate about free speech that goes beyond the case itself—what is legitimate …

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Here are three ways to pay for new investments in infrastructure and end partisan gridlock
Posted on Wednesday December 12, 2018

By Aaron Klein Optimism that America will finally address its massive infrastructure problem is on the rise – and understandably so. The Trump Administration is still attempting to fulfill their infrastructure campaign pledge and Democrats have long supported rebuilding the country’s crumbling infrastructure. However, a …

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