October 4, 2019
The Washington Post
"The protests raise a common dilemma for nondemocratic rulers: Is it better to repress or appease demonstrators?" asks Timothy Frye.
October 4, 2019
Daily Coffee News
Sachs and the Columbia team argue for a Global Coffee Fund and state that such a fund would multiply, “at a far greater scale,” the existing public-private efforts, or sustainability efforts devoted to individual supply chains.
October 3, 2019
Fortune
If Opportunity Zones were structured as a program, we would expect to see two key components. First, a finite appropriation of funds on an annual basis. Second, a competitive application and allocation process writes Howard.W.Buffet and others.
October 3, 2019
Christian Science Monitor
James Courtright MIA ’20 wrote an article for Christian Science Monitor about the past atrocities of the regimes in Gambia as the country looks to move forward
October 3, 2019
Better Dwelling
A Better Dwelling article cites Charles Calomaris' 2009 paper referencing government subsidies as contributing directly to the rise of banking crises in the last 200 years.
October 2, 2019
President Eglis Levits of Latvia discussed the impacts of digital technology on society during a private discussion hosted by Senior Research Scholar Jason Healey.
October 2, 2019
New York Times
The New York Times takes a look at how Mark Milley MIA ’92 became the United States Military's highest-ranking officer, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
October 2, 2019
Craig Medred
Fact-checking is a losing battle according to Craig Medred's new article that cites Anya Schiffrin's Media Power Monitor article.
October 2, 2019
Financial Times
What does Tunisia's October 6 parliamentary election mean for the Arab world's only democratic secular country? Safwan Masri writes in the Financial Times that "its democratic experiment is at risk of unraveling."
October 1, 2019
Officials from the central banks of France and the Netherlands discuss scale of challenge and proactive measures .

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