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  1. John Lewis Gaddis is the Robert A. Lovett Professor of History at Yale and the author of several books, including, The Cold War: A New History.

  2. Sandra Gallina is Director-General of Health and Food Safety at the European Commission. 

  3. Leymah Gbowee is Founder and President of the Gbowee Peace Foundation Africa, based in Liberia’s capital, Monrovia. In 2011, she won the Nobel Peace Prize.

  4. Anna Gelpern

    Anna Gelpern

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    Anna Gelpern is Professor of Law at Georgetown University Law Center and a non-resident senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics.

  5. Amandeep Singh Gill is the UN Secretary-General’s Envoy on Technology.

  6. Anand Giridharadas is the author of Winners Take All: The Elite Charade of Changing the World, as well as The True American: Murder and Mercy in Texas, and India Calling: An Intimate Portrait of a Nation’s Remaking. He is an on-air political analyst for NBC News and MSNBC, and a visiting scholar at the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute at New York University. 

  7. Matthew Goodwin is Professor of Politics and International Relations at the University of Kent, and an associate fellow at Chatham House. He is the co-author of National Populism: The Revolt Against Liberal Democracy.

  8. Al Gore, a former vice president of the United States, is Co-Founder and Chairman of Generation Investment Management, and Founder and Chairman of The Climate Reality Project.

  9. Georgia Gould

    Georgia Gould

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    Georgia Gould is Leader of the Camden London Borough Council and Chair of the London Councils.

  10. Jennifer Granholm is Secretary of Energy of the United States.

  11. Michael Green is Chief Executive Officer of the Social Progress Imperative. An economist by training, he is co-author (with Matthew Bishop) of Philanthrocapitalism: How Giving Can Save the World and The Road from Ruin: A New Capitalism for a Big Society.

  12. Karen Greenberg is the Director of the Center for National Security at Fordham University. She is the author of several books, most recently, Rogue Justice: The Making of the Security State.

  13. Brian Griffiths was head of policy development under Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and is currently deputy chairman of Goldman Sachs International and a member of the British House of Lords.

  14. Rajiv Gupta, an Indian Administrative Service officer, is Principal Secretary of the Water Supply and Climate Change Department for the government of Gujarat.

  15. Sarita Gupta

    Sarita Gupta

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    Sarita Gupta is Director of the Future of Work(ers) program at the Ford Foundation.

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    The Dangers of a US Capital Inflow Tax

    Maurice Obstfeld worries that a little-known, highly costly method of deficit reduction is gaining political traction.
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    Europe’s Green Transition Requires More Skilled Workers

    Julie Beaufils urges policymakers to boost the attractiveness of technical vocations by expanding access to apprenticeships.
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    A Monetary and Economic Order Fit for the Twenty-First Century

    Ulrich Volz, et al. identify eight priorities to build a more resilient, inclusive, and sustainable global financial architecture.
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    Putting Africa on the Path to Prosperity

    Mohamed Ould Ghazouani & Ajay Banga urge the G7 to focus on the continent’s future, and on five priorities in particular, at this week’s summit.
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    Anatomy of a Massacre

    Shlomo Ben-Ami

    The 1860 massacre of Christians in Damascus holds useful lessons about what it takes to arrest – and recover from – inter-communal violence. But there is a difference between a pogrom and a genocide, and conflating the two can do more harm than good.

    considers what the 1860 massacre of Christians in Damascus can and cannot teach us about preventing genocide.
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    AI: Hope or Hype?

    Whether generative artificial intelligence will do more harm or good to our families, economies, and societies remains an open question. In devising strategies for harnessing the technology, optimism is undoubtedly warranted, but it should not come at the expense of realism.

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    How Denmark Keeps the Far Right at Bay

    Michael Ehrenreich explains how mainstream parties have neutralized the threat of right-wing populists.
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    How Techno-Libertarians Fell in Love with Big Government

    Quinn Slobodian argues Silicon Valley investors are against the state only insofar as it is not enriching them personally.
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    How Chinese Savings Can Support the Global Green Transition

    Daniel Gros urges the EU to welcome cheap low-carbon goods, such as electric vehicles, from China.

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