Twentieth Century

What should development aid do? by Nancy Qian

For decades, development assistance has gone either to governments that lack the capacity to administer it, or to non-state actors who are essentially in competition with the state. It is time for a new approach centered on a less ambitious but much more practical goal. CHICAGO – Development assistance is …

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Polanyi | Commonwealth Magazine

Each chapter of Market release tackles a different area of ​​public policy and shows how social reformers have historically fought for progress in this area by “articulating a different idea of ​​freedom”, one rooted in “resistance to reliance on markets”. In “Free Land”, Konczal traces the history of land redistribution …

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True patriotism on July 4 – OpEd – Eurasia Review

This July 4th, many people think that celebrating America means waving the flag or standing up for the national anthem or shouting “America First”. But that’s not true patriotism. True patriotism means sacrificing for America to continue. This means paying taxes in proportion to your wealth. I’m talking to you …

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What’s behind your rainbow logo?

Reflections on Pride and Ethics of Business Engagement Month. by Solenne Wolfe | 7/2/21 3:05 am Growing up in New York City meant pride was an expected celebration in June. I remember taking my six-year-old sister to the playground, eyes level with all kinds of skirts and tutus as New …

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