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December 2, 2013
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EUROPE
THE NATURE OF CITIES
Ian Douglas
The modern metropolis is vulnerable to all sorts of sudden and gradual threats, from hurricanes and earthquakes to the consequences of global warming. To cope, society must be resilient and the city managed well. Be prepared! Here’s an Urban Dweller’s Guide to the Elements. READ MORE
THE SCRAMBLE FOR CITIZENS: DUAL NATIONALITY AND STATE COMPETITION FOR IMMIGRANTS
Kelsey Norman
Kelsey Norman deconstructs the story of dual citizens. READ MORE
POLICY MAKERS VERSUS PEOPLE
Netra Chhetri , Gary M. Grossman
Conventional wisdom says that the issue of climate change is too complex and technical for ordinary people to grasp but a project called World Wide Views on Global Warming brought together four thousand citizens in thirty-eight countries who demonstrated a keen ability to debate the topic and make policy recommendations​READ MORE
SPANISH LESSONS
Leslie Croxford
History does not repeat itself but it teaches lessons. As Egypt moves from autocracy, it can learn from the way in which Spain made its own transición in the 1970s from the dictatorship of General Franco to the liberal democracy of his appointed successor, King Juan Carlos. READ MORE
Egypt’s Al-Azhar Steps Forward
Egyptians Love Their Country, Hate Their Government
Cairo: Megacity Without a Mayor
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