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Kemal Derviš

    Revamping Europe's Tattered Social Contract

    WASHINGTON, DC - For most of the beginning of 2014, the eurozone seemed to be in a state of recovery - weak and unsteady, but nonetheless real. In April, the

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    A Great Breakdown?

    ISTANBUL - This month - the centenary of the outbreak of World War I - is an opportune time to reflect on big risks. As Michael Spence recently warned, the

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    The Great Income Divide

    WASHINGTON, DC - Thomas Piketty's book has captured the world's attention, putting the relationship between capital accumulation and inequality at the center

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    Democracy in Europe

    ROME - A real struggle over who will preside over the European Commission has begun. Though the center-right European People's Party of 221 seats in the

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    Europe's Political Transcendence

    WASHINGTON, DC - This month, European citizens will head to the polls to select the 751 members of the European Parliament to represent 507 million people. The

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    The Future of Economic Progress

    WASHINGTON, DC - Slowly but surely, the debate about the nature of economic growth is entering a new phase. The emerging questions are sufficiently different

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    Good Governance and Economic Performance

    BERLIN - The debate about emerging countries' growth prospects is now in full swing. Pessimists stress the feared reversal of private capital flows, owing to

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    Tailspin or Turbulence?

    WASHINGTON, DC - Since the beginning of the year, a new wave of doubt has engulfed emerging markets, driving down their asset prices. The initial wave struck

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    The Great War and Global Governance

    ISTANBUL - This year marks the hundredth anniversary of the outbreak of World War I - and, arguably, the worst year in human history. A century later, is the

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    Catching Up at Different Speeds

    PARIS - With weak demand in advanced countries now impeding growth in emerging economies, including major players in Asia and Latin America, many are arguing

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