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The World Bank (WB), an international financial institution with a questionable track-record of interventions in the developing world, is currently thinking about the future
Every year, just as the summer is nearing its end, the world remembers. We remember the unconscionable use of the world’s deadliest weapons—nuclear weapons—seventy-three
Glancing at the national headlines it is easy to feel hopeless. Turning to the “World” section one becomes defeated. Scrolling through the social media,
Across North America this July, flags unfurled and fireworks filled the sky. Canada celebrated Canada Day on July 1st, and shortly after in the
The latest ad from Coca-Cola, made in collaboration with the Singapore Kindness Movement (SKM), has an upbeat, random-acts-of-kindness message. But before you help the
People marching in lines. Banners, signs and paraphernalia everywhere. A familiar scene at rallies and protests. At first glance, little beside the intensity has changed since