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At the onset of the Arab Spring, then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton warned that the foundations of the Middle East risked “sinking into the sand” of unrest and extremism.
Date
18/08/2014
This book examines development issues for members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and concludes that they have the potential to reach by 2030 the average quality of life enjoyed today in
Date
18/07/2014
This paper identifies and analyses some key challenges that OECD and partner economies may face over the coming 50 years if underlying global trends relating to growth, trade, inequality and environme
Date
02/07/2014
This report describes the lessons learnt from cases of ‘sustainable intensification’ of agriculture, where farmers have increased food production on existing farmland without putting further pressure
Date
03/04/2014
By 2033, the global geopolitical scene will have radically changed. Both economically and politically, western powers will have lost their prominence in favour of new regional blocks.
Date
01/04/2014
"This paper provides a concise analysis of the potential impact of globalisation on regional income disparities in Europe and of the role of neighbouring countries in this process in the period u
Date
01/02/2014
Good governance is based upon foresight that allows decision makers to highlight their choices under a new perspective.
Date
01/02/2014
Looking to 2030, global change will be occurring at an accelerated pace in an unpredictable fashion.
Date
05/12/2013
Latin America must strengthen its ability to plan forward and deepen its strategic reflection if it is to govern better and improve the design of public policies.
Achieving this may require countries
Date
01/12/2013
Africa is now the world’s second fastest-growing continent.
Date
01/11/2013

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