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Citizenship & Rights
Taiwan’s Conservative Anarchist. Audrey Tang Is Open Sourcing Democracy

Taiwan’s Conservative Anarchist. Audrey Tang Is Open Sourcing Democracy

From teens on Tik Tok and bankers in beach houses to rural kids climbing rooftops to get a signal strong enough for school, the pandemic has shown up the economic, social and educational chasm that

Governance
Is Office Work Over? Why City Planners Should Not Rush To Judgment

Is Office Work Over? Why City Planners Should Not Rush To Judgment

Of all the global companies that might come to the rescue of the traditional corporate office, Facebook was not expected to be at the front of the line. As Covid-19 turns cities into ghost towns

Governance
Multilateralism’s Main Man: Shinzo Abe’s Foreign Policy Legacy

Multilateralism’s Main Man: Shinzo Abe’s Foreign Policy Legacy

In what turned out to be two of his last public appearances before resigning, on August 6th in Hiroshima and three days later in Nagasaki, Shinzo Abe, Japan’s Prime Minister for the past 12 years,

Governance
The World’s Most Impossible Job. Who Is The Best UN Secretary General?

The World’s Most Impossible Job. Who Is The Best UN Secretary General?

As the United Nations turns 75, what better time to assess who has been the multilateral giant’s best secretary-general? While the organisation’s many detractors may prefer to debate the identity of the worst, the holders

Inclusive Economy
Q&A Edmund Phelps

Q&A Edmund Phelps

Edmund Phelps is an American economist and the recipient of the 2006 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences. Early in his career, he became known for his research at Yale's Cowles Foundation in the first

Inclusive Economy
Q&A Michael Spence

Q&A Michael Spence

Driving Change (DC): Today, we're talking with Michael Spence, a Nobel Prize-winning economist, who spends his time between the University of Bocconi in Milan, and Stanford, in California. Michael, thank you for joining us. Michael

Governance
How We Can End Homelessness. Q&A: Rosanne Haggerty

How We Can End Homelessness. Q&A: Rosanne Haggerty

  Driving Change (DC): Today I'm talking with Rosanne Haggerty, president of Community Solutions, and widely recognized as one of the most influential people in homelessness policy in America and around the world. Rosanne, I

Energy
Renewables Before Coal. Vietnam’s New Masterplan

Renewables Before Coal. Vietnam’s New Masterplan

As the world went into lockdown, new renewable energy projects around the world ground to a halt. The transition to clean energy, a policy priority for many governments just 12 months ago, now faces an

Health
Africa’s Covid Challenge, Making Public Private Partnerships Work

Africa’s Covid Challenge, Making Public Private Partnerships Work

Until now, African countries have largely defied the gloomiest forecasts about the impact the COVID-19 pandemic. The continent, which many epidemiologists predicted would be incredibly vulnerable to the disease, has instead seen some of the

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