Opinion

Beirut and Santiago In the Streets: Why Multinationals Should Pay Their Fair Share of Taxes, By Magdalena Sepulveda

Will 2020 be as explosive as the year that is coming to an end? This is the anxiety that embraces governments around the world, still destabilized by massive and unexpected popular uprisings. In Chile, where I come from, but also in Ecuador, Venezuela, Bolivia, France, Iraq, Lebanon, and Egypt, among…
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Opinion

Obama’s Middle East Misadventure and the Rise of Radical Islam, By Majeed Dahiru

To end the scourge of ISIL and other terror groups, Syria must be freed from Assad and given back to the people of Syria through a transparent and just democratic process. A democratic process will afford the world another opportunity to test the viability of political Islam and reduce the…
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Opinion

Should the G5 Sahel Include Algeria?, By Benteboula Mohamed-Salah

...in the long run, there is a growing awareness of the need to address the underlying causes of instability in the Sahel region, which are terrorism, underdevelopment, weak governance, and poverty, all of which are, at least in part, linked to climate change. The G5 Sahel guides the African Union…
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