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  1. Hassan Abbas

    Hassan Abbas

    Writing for PS since 2007
    8 Commentaries

    Hassan Abbas is a Senior Advisor to Harvard's Kennedy School of Government's Belfer Centre and a Bernard Schwartz Fellow at the Asia Society.

  2. Roderick Abbott

    Roderick Abbott

    Writing for PS since 2016
    1 Commentary

    Roderick Abbott is a former deputy director-general at the WTO and a former deputy director-general at the European Commission Directorate-General for Trade.

  3. Marwan Abboud

    Marwan Abboud

    Writing for PS since 2020
    1 Commentary

    Marwan Abboud is Governor of Beirut.

  4. Adriana Abdenur

    Adriana Abdenur

    Writing for PS since 2019
    1 Commentary

    Adriana Abdenur is Coordinator of the Peace and International Security Division at the Igarapé Institute.

  5. Safura Abdool Karim

    Safura Abdool Karim

    Writing for PS since 2021
    1 Commentary

    Safura Abdool Karim, a public health lawyer at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, is a member of the Africa CDC’s African Vaccine Delivery Alliance and Partnership for African Vaccine Manufacturing.

  6. Ammar Abdulhamid

    Ammar Abdulhamid

    Writing for PS since 2002
    5 Commentaries

    Ammar Abdulhamid is a Syrian author, blogger and dissident. He runs the Tharwa Foundation, an independent initiative that focuses on diversity issues in the region.

  7. David Abecassis

    David Abecassis

    Writing for PS since 2014
    1 Commentary

    David Abecassis is a principal at Analysys Mason.

  8. Fazle Hasan Abed

    Fazle Hasan Abed

    Writing for PS since 2015
    1 Commentary

    Fazle Hasan Abed is Founder and Chairperson of BRAC and the recipient of the inaugural WISE Prize for Education.

  9. Shameran Abed

    Shameran Abed

    Writing for PS since 2021
    1 Commentary

    Shameran Abed is Senior Director of Microfinance and Ultra-Poor Graduation Programs at BRAC.

  10. Palitha Abeykoon

    Palitha Abeykoon

    Writing for PS since 2021
    1 Commentary

    Palitha Abeykoon, a senior adviser at the Sri Lankan Ministry of Health, is a former director of health systems development at the WHO’s regional office for Southeast Asia.

  11. Lina AbiRafeh

    Lina AbiRafeh

    Writing for PS since 2018
    2 Commentaries

    Lina AbiRafeh is Director of the Institute for Women’s Studies in the Arab World (IWSAW) at the Lebanese American University.

  12. Abdul Abiad

    Abdul Abiad

    Writing for PS since 2016
    1 Commentary

    Abdul Abiad is Economic Adviser at the Asian Development Bank.

  13. Olumide Abimbola

    Olumide Abimbola

    Writing for PS since 2022
    1 Commentary

    Olumide Abimbola is Executive Director of APRI – Africa Policy Research Institute in Berlin.

  14. Saratu Abiola

    Saratu Abiola

    Writing for PS since 2014
    1 Commentary

    Saratu Abiola is a writer and a blogger based in Abuja, Nigeria.

  15. Naïm Abou-Jaoudé

    Naïm Abou-Jaoudé

    Writing for PS since 2020
    1 Commentary

    Naïm Abou-Jaoudé is CEO of Candriam and Chairman of New York Life Investments International.

  1. taiwan parade Walid Berrazeg/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images
    Subscriber Exclusive

    Is Taiwan Next?

    Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February has stoked fears that Chinese President Xi Jinping is plotting his own aggression against Taiwan. The United States and its NATO allies seem to be “all in” on repelling Russia’s invasion, but how far will the US be willing to go to defend Taiwan, and has its longstanding policy of “strategic ambiguity” on that question really run its course?

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  2. frankel135_KAZUHIRO NOGIAFP via Getty Images_exchange rate KAZUHIRO NOGI/AFP via Getty Images

    Get Ready for Reverse Currency Wars

    Jeffrey Frankel

    With elevated global inflation likely to persist for some time, the prospect of competitive exchange-rate appreciations is looming larger. Instead of a race to the bottom in the currency market, there may be a scramble to the top – and poorer countries will likely suffer the most.

    warns that a series of competitive exchange-rate appreciations would hurt poorer economies the most.
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