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Mo Ibrahim, et al.
With the world teetering on the brink of historic reversals of hard-won progress on reducing extreme poverty and malnutrition, combating child mortality, and extending educational opportunity, we need a trading system that works for the poor. And the World Trade Organization needs the right director-general to oversee it.
endorse the candidacy of Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala for Director-General of the World Trade Organization.
Mariana Mazzucato & Anthony Costello
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has embraced mission-oriented governance in letter but not in spirit. Far from empowering the state to serve the public interest, his plan for a COVID-19 testing "moonshot" threatens to weaken further the capacity of the public-health sector.
view the UK prime minister's plan for a testing "moonshot" as an appropriate ambition gone badly awry.