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Solutions for Sustainable Development

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Efforts to combat climate change through sustainable development are as complex as they are important for the future of humanity. With US President Donald Trump seeking to reverse much of the recent progress toward averting a climate crisis, marshaling political support for sustainable growth strategies has become more necessary than ever. 


To that end, Project Syndicate has partnered with the Sustainable Development Solutions Network to provide a platform for leading thinkers at the intersection of business and climate action. Only through debate and dialogue can we arrive upon the innovative solutions needed to tackle the most vexing challenge of the twenty-first century.

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    Killer Politics

    Michael Burleigh

    The sheer volume of TV series and films about assassins speaks to our morbid fascination with this dark side of politics and political history. But the fact that real-world political killings are increasingly going unpunished should prompt us to do some soul searching.

    considers the history of assassination, its abiding place in popular culture, and its comeback as a tactic.
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    A Half-Century of Endless Drug War

    Helen Clark, et al.

    With his evidence-based, public-health approach to drug policy, US President Joe Biden is signaling that America’s longstanding strategies of repression and punishment have failed. The US should also champion a similar shift toward harm-reduction policies internationally.

    welcome the Biden administration’s emphasis on harm reduction rather than repression and punishment.
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    America’s Longest War

    Fifty years after US President Richard Nixon declared a “war on drugs,” America’s strategy of repression has succeeded only in increasing violent crime, corruption, preventable disease, and incarceration. But what should replace this tried-and-failed prohibitionist approach if President Joe Biden’s administration decides to abandon it?

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