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Foreign Policy magazine argues that Israel and Palestine are both tiny areas, basically large metropolises, and that it is in the economic interests of both to find a working peace. Herein lies on the only real hope of peace, and it is the issue that politicians and mediators should focus on. A refereshing look at a very jaded topic.
For global governance watchers, this was the big week of the year. Between 7 November and 16 November, the world witnessed an APEC meeting in Yanqi Lake near Beijing complete with a bilateral China–Japan ‘breakthrough’ and a major US–China climate deal; an historic ASEAN and East Asia Summit held in Naypidaw, Myanmar; and a colourful G20 meeting in Brisbane, Australia. Notwithstanding the chorus of those announcing growing disorder, global order seems better off after these summits. Read more
Joseph E. Stiglitz,
Mohamed A. El-Erian,
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