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In 2007, Kofi Annan—then Secretary General of the UN—called the twenty-first century “the era of NGOs’.

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“People tend to forget that it is not just about pro-bono work in the European neighborhood; it is also our own interests that are at stake there.” This point, made by Ma

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Regional and local authorities already promote their own policies and actions in the international arena for humanitaria

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Socialists of all colours would have us believe that government interventions and regulations are the only way to tame

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Joris Luyendijk was invited by The Guardian in 2011 to write a blog about the City of London and learn about th

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On 26 April 2015, former prime minister of Slovakia Mikuláš Dzurinda will be taking part in the Kyiv Half Marathon.

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Acemoglu and Robinson have produced a book that has attracted a lot of interest and discussion amongst the ranks of political scientists, instituti

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Book review: European Spring: Why Our Economies and Politics are in a Mess and How to Put Them Right, by Philippe Legrain

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In What Money Can’t Buy, world renowned American political philosopher and Harvard Professor, Michael J.

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I  have been in Hangzhou in the past week attending a Global Investment Conference organised by Euromoney.

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