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China’s Trans-Atlantic Wedge

China is challenging Washington's privileged position in Europe.

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Long Live Lee Kuan Yew’s Lion City

Singapore's long time leader has passed, but his ideas will live on in the country he created.

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The Secret to Making China’s Economy Grow Forever

Developed countries from the U.S. to Korea have all hit a growth rate ceiling as they've grown richer. Will this be China's fate? Not if Li Keqiang has anything to say about it.

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How to Make the Sustainable Development Goals Work

It’s simple: Prioritize women and families.

The South Asia Channel

Toilets First, Temples Later: Modi’s Promising Act

Modi was molded by Hindutva, but he mobilized a national campaign on reviving India's economy, not religion. Can he deliver on his promise? Are these two on a collision course?

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U.N. Envoy to Somalia Warns Against Cutting Off Remittances

Money sent home by family members abroad is the “lifeblood” of the African country’s economy, but it’s getting harder to get the money over there.

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From a Swift Boat to a Sustainable Mekong

One of the world’s most important waterways -- and one I spent some time on -- is in grave danger. We need to make sure its ecological and economic vitality is preserved for future generations.

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It's Time for Peacetech to Become an Industry

To make their mark, the architects of peacebuilding's bleeding edge need to leave the government payroll and start their own industry.

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