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  1. Johanna  M. Costigan

    Johanna M. Costigan

    Writing for PS since 2023
    1 Commentary

    Johanna M. Costigan is a researcher at the Asia Society Policy Institute’s Center for China Analysis.

  2. Milan M. Šimečka

    Writing for PS since 1999
    1 Commentary

    Editor-in-Chief, "SME," Bratislava.

  3. Wangari Maathai

    Wangari Maathai

    Writing for PS since 2006
    2 Commentaries

    Wangari Maathai, President of the Green Belt Movement, was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2004.

  4. Rula Maayah

    Rula Maayah

    Writing for PS since 2019
    1 Commentary

    Rula Maayah is Minister of Tourism and Antiquities for Palestine.

  5. Edward Mabaya

    Edward Mabaya

    Writing for PS since 2018
    1 Commentary

    Edward Mabaya, a 2016 Aspen New Voices fellow, is a senior research associate at Cornell University.

  6. Mark MacCarthy

    Writing for PS since 2018
    1 Commentary

    Mark MacCarthy is a member of the faculty at Georgetown University, an affiliate of the Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy, and Senior Vice President of Public Policy at the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA).

  7. Mark MacCarthy

    Mark MacCarthy

    Writing for PS since 2018
    1 Commentary

    Mark MacCarthy is a member of the faculty at Georgetown University, an affiliate of the Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy, and Senior Vice President of Public Policy at the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA).

  8. Norine MacDonald is the founding President of The Senlis Council, a security and development think tank.

  9. John MacInnes

    John MacInnes

    Writing for PS since 2013
    1 Commentary

    John MacInnes is Professor of Sociology at the University of Edinburgh.

  10. Rebecca MacKinnon

    Rebecca MacKinnon

    Writing for PS since 2006
    2 Commentaries

    Rebecca MacKinnon is a fellow at the Open Society Institute.

  11. Margaret MacMillan

    Margaret MacMillan

    Writing for PS since 2017
    1 Commentary

    Margaret MacMillan is Warden of St. Antony’s College, Oxford University.

  12. Scott MacMillan

    Scott MacMillan

    Writing for PS since 2015
    1 Commentary

    Scott MacMillan is a senior writer at BRAC, a Bangladesh-based anti-poverty organization.

  13. Martin MacWan

    Writing for PS since 2001
    1 Commentary

    Founder, National Campaign on Dalit Human Rights in India.

  14. Laurie Macfarlane

    Laurie Macfarlane

    Writing for PS since 2019
    2 Commentaries

    Laurie Macfarlane is a policy fellow at the UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose and Economics Editor at openDemocracy. He is a co-author of Rethinking the Economics of Land and Housing.

  15. Marta Machado

    Marta Machado

    Writing for PS since 2022
    1 Commentary

    Marta Machado, a professor at Getulio Vargas Foundation Law School in São Paulo, is a researcher at the Brazilian Center of Analysis and Planning and a fellow at the Center on Law and Social Transformation.

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    Petrostates Must Take the Lead on Climate Finance

    Ban Ki-moon, et al. urges oil-exporting countries to kickstart a program of green investment in the Global South at COP28.
  2. fratzscher18_ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images_germany debt brake ODD ANDERSEN/AFP via Getty Images

    Germany’s Debt Brake Is Breaking Its Economy

    Marcel Fratzscher warns that a flawed constitutional rule is undermining the country’s ability to pursue essential reforms.
  3. schaaf1_JEWEL SAMADAFP via Getty Images_cop28 JEWEL SAMAD/AFP via Getty Images

    Why COP28 Has Already Failed

    Marta Schaaf & Kristine Beckerle say that the UAE’s repression of dissidents and rights activists serves defenders of the climate status quo.
  4. pistor30_Justin SullivanGetty Images_sam altman Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

    In AI, Capital Wins Again

    Katharina Pistor shows why OpenAI’s efforts to preserve its founding non-profit mission never stood any chance.
  5. rajan80_BRENDAN BANNONAFP via Getty Images_climaterefugees Brendan Bannon/AFP via Getty Images

    Justice for Climate Migrants

    Sameh Shoukry & Amy E. Pope urge leaders to take a holistic approach to addressing the sharp increase in weather-related displacement.
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    Antara Haldar on behavioral economics, development models, global governance, and more

    Antara Haldar advocates a radical rethink of development, explains what went right at the recent AI Safety Summit, highlights the economics discipline’s shortcomings, and more.
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    The New Normal for Central Banks

    Lucrezia Reichlin asks why the US Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank keep providing liquidity directly to banks.
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    The False Choice Between Palestinian and Jewish Liberation

    Shlomo Ben-Ami

    The prevailing narrative that frames Israel as a colonial power suppressing Palestinians’ struggle for statehood grossly oversimplifies a complicated conflict and inadvertently vindicates the region’s most oppressive regimes. Achieving a durable, lasting peace requires moving beyond such facile analogies.

    rejects the facile moralism of those who view the ongoing war through the narrow lens of decolonization.
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    The Rage of the Outsiders

    Ian Buruma

    The far-right populist Geert Wilders’ election victory in the Netherlands reflects the same sentiment that powered Brexit and Donald Trump’s candidacy in 2016. But such outcomes could not happen without the cynicism displayed over the past few decades by traditional conservative parties.

    shows what Geert Wilders has in common with other ultra-nationalist politicians, past and present.

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