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Reliance on arbitrary metrics, like a $1.90-a-day bar for poverty, masks huge and growing inequality in the world.
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Projections based on economic and development data show an increased risk of internal violence in fragile states driven by rising prices and falling incomes.
The rise of “vaccine nationalism” threatens to leave poor countries out in the cold.
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Kanisha D. Bond is an assistant professor of government and politics at the University of Maryland.