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  • Published on January 28, 2023 - 06:23 GMT

    The risk of election violence in the United States in 2024

    Despite fears that the 2022 U.S. midterm elections would see a reprise of January 6-like political violence, the elections occurred with no mobs storming state capitals or other attacks. Improved law enforcement deserves much of the credit: January 6 was a …

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  • Published on January 28, 2023 - 06:18 GMT

    Africa’s Cities: Realizing the new urban agenda

    Lagos: The challenges of managing a megacity To achieve sustainable resilience and inclusiveness, Africa’s cities need to develop the confidence to innovate with a home-grown approach. It is all too easy to attempt to copy and paste what appears to be …

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  • Published on January 28, 2023 - 06:18 GMT

    Climate Change: Adapting to a new normal

    Turning political ambitions into concrete climate financing actions for Africa Kevin C. Urama Acting Chief Economist and Senior Director of the African Development Institute, African Development Bank Adamon Mukasa Senior Research Economist, Macroeconomic …

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  • Published on January 28, 2023 - 06:18 GMT

    Gender: Closing the equity gap

    Why addressing gender inequality is central to tackling today’s polycrises Jeni Klugman Nonresident Senior Fellow, Africa Growth Initiative, Global Economy and Development, Brookings Institution As we enter 2023, the term “polycrisis” is an increasingly …

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  • Published on January 28, 2023 - 06:18 GMT

    Health: Assuring health security for all

    Finishing the job on HIV/AIDS John N. Nkengasong U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator and Special Representative for Health Diplomacy, U.S. Department of State What it will take to end the HIV/AIDS pandemic as a global health threat by 2030 In the wake of the …

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  • Published on January 28, 2023 - 06:18 GMT

    Food Security: Strengthening Africa’s food systems

    Food security in Africa: Current efforts and challenges Hailemariam Dessalegn Former Prime Minister of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia Board Chair, Alliance for Green Revolution in Africa Africa’s food systems are at a crossroad. Several …

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  • Published on January 28, 2023 - 06:18 GMT

    Economic Recovery and Growth: Tackling multiple headwinds

    Priority actions to address Africa’s economic recovery Victoria Kwakwa Vice President for Eastern and Southern Africa, World Bank Aloysius Uche Ordu Senior Fellow and Director, Africa Growth Initiative, Global Economy and Development, Brookings Institution …

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  • Published on January 28, 2023 - 06:18 GMT

    Foresight Africa 2023

    05 Closing the equity gap The burdens of the COVID-19 pandemic have been unequally borne across regions and countries, between the poor and better off, and between men and women. Existing economic gender inequalities—related to income, coping strategies, …

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  • Published on January 28, 2023 - 06:18 GMT

    What should be the top priority for Africa in 2023?

    On Monday, January 30, the Brookings Africa Growth Initiative (AGI) will launch its annual flagship report, Foresight Africa. Since we launched the previous edition of Foresight Africa in January 2022, our world has changed remarkably. Russia invaded …

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  • Published on January 27, 2023 - 22:55 GMT

    US interest rate increases and crisis probabilities in developing economies

    All interest rate increases are not created equal. Interest rates can go up due to expectations of improving economic prospects. Alternatively, they can be pushed up by rising inflation expectations. Or they can also increase due to expectations of more …

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  • Published on January 27, 2023 - 22:55 GMT

    Nonstate armed actors in 2023: Persistence amid geopolitical shuffles

    Four factors will critically shape the landscape of nonstate armed actors and illicit economies in 2023 and beyond: the new geopolitics; persisting structural weaknesses of government responses to nonstate armed actors, amplified by the lasting effects of …

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  • Published on January 27, 2023 - 22:55 GMT

    Libya’s hybrid armed groups dilemma

    As we look ahead to 2023, it is easy, indeed facile, to predict the worst in Libya. Political and societal divisions persist, human rights are flagrantly violated, weapons are aplenty, negative foreign interference continues, the list goes on. Yet, the …

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  • Published on January 27, 2023 - 22:55 GMT

    Syria’s dissolving line between state and nonstate actors

    In Syria’s civil war, now entering its 12th year, the state/nonstate divide has become increasingly blurred. Nowhere is this more evident than in the practices adopted by ruling elites in regime- and opposition-held areas to ensure access to resources. …

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  • Published on January 27, 2023 - 22:55 GMT

    The Houthis after the Yemeni cease-fire

    In the almost decade-old civil war in Yemen, the adherence to a cease-fire that began in April 2022 by the Shiite Zaydi Houthi rebels suggests they are now prepared to live with a political outcome to the war that leaves them in control of most, but not …

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  • Published on January 27, 2023 - 22:54 GMT

    Nonstate armed actors and illicit economies in 2023

    At the beginning of 2023, the attention of the United States remains intensely focused on the war in Ukraine and great power competition in the Asia-Pacific Region. In its fall 2022 National Security Strategy, the Biden administration pulled back from …

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  • Published on January 27, 2023 - 22:54 GMT

    Somalia’s challenges in 2023

    Two key interlinked dynamics will define developments in Somalia in 2023. The first is the scale of starvation in the country. The second is how the Somalian government and the jihadi military and political organization al-Shabaab will respond to anti-al- …

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  • Published on January 27, 2023 - 00:25 GMT

    Cutting IRS funding is a gift to America’s wealthiest tax evaders

    In their first act of legislative business, the new House Republican majority voted to cut funding for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The vote was a symbolic effort to repeal the $80 billion increase in funding the revenue agency received last year as …

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  • Published on January 27, 2023 - 00:24 GMT

    Hutchins Roundup: Student loans, wage competition, and more 

    What’s the latest thinking in fiscal and monetary policy? The Hutchins Roundup keeps you informed of the latest research, charts, and speeches. Want to receive the Hutchins Roundup as an email? Sign up here to get it in your inbox every Thursday.  Between …

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  • Published on January 27, 2023 - 00:21 GMT

    Amna Qayyum

    Amna Qayyum is a historian of global development, decolonization, and U.S. foreign relations, with a regional specialization in South Asia. As a fellow at the Brookings Institution, Qayyum leads the Echidna Global Scholars Fellowship and contributes to the …

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  • Published on January 26, 2023 - 22:12 GMT

    Recognizing Black and Latino-majority cities is the first step to finding a real world Wakanda

    The “Black Panther” comic book and film series tells the story of the fictional African kingdom of Wakanda, which must protect itself from countries seeking to extract its rare natural resources. This narrative can be seen as a metaphor for historic …

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