As the country marks 63 years of independence, insecurity and corruption continue to drive highly educated Nigerians to live and work abroad.
Two detained former executives from developer China Evergrande Group won’t be the only scapegoats.
Budapest is willing to anger the EU and NATO if it means closer ties with Russia.
A much-lauded pledge to decarbonize needs funding
The United Nations Is Convening—and Spluttering
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Mark Malloch-Brown is the president of the Open Society Foundations.