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July 24, 2012
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BOOMERANG: TRAVELS IN THE NEW THIRD WORLD
Hassan Yassin
Hassan Yassin reflects on the recklessness behind the global economic crisis READ MORE
AFRICA, FAMINE AND SOLUTIONS
Madeline B. Welsh
In the quest for solutions, here’s a deceptively simple idea: provide Africans with better business education.READ MORE
EGYPT’S ECONOMIC OUTLOOK
Anne W. Patterson
Egyptians today are engaged in a vigorous discussion over the political future of the country. This is a healthy and vitally important debate, and I am confident that it will result in a democratic Egypt that protects human rights and helps address its citizens’ needs. However, we know from experience that successful democratic transitions not only rely on political reform, but also depend on broadening economic opportunity.READ MORE
AN EMERGING NEW WORLD ORDER
Pravin Gordhan
How the rise of developing economies–exemplified by BRICS– is changing the old way of doing business READ MORE
A WOMAN’S BUSINESS
Madeline B. Welsh
Women in the Middle East and North Africa region (MENA) are making appreciable strides in social development. They now outnumber men attending universities in most Arab countries. Disparities in literacy and enrollment in primary and secondary education have fallen dramatically in the last few decades. The impact of these changes can be seen in the labor market as well. As a result of better educational opportunities and growing economies, employment for women has been rising at a faster rate than for men.READ MORE
AFTERSHOCK
Joshua Cooper Ramo
Aftershock: The Next Economy and America’s Future. By Robert Reich. Alfred A. Knopf, 2011. 192 pp. READ MORE
The Decline of American Influence
Big Questions for President Morsi
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