Thawing the frozen Israeli-Palestinian conflict

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Cynthia M. Lardner

The frozen Israeli-Palestinian conflict has raged on almost since the day Israel achieved independence in 1948, further degrading the most destabilized region in the world.

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Give us justice, not lectures on morals and beliefs

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Imad Zafar

Humans in the stone age traditionally had armed gangs to solve disputes. Whoever had a big gang and arms was ultimately the winner in the end.

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Nigeria: Recession, Confusion and Depression

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Prince Charles Dickson

I will start my column this week with this story…one I am sure that we have read or seen at one point or the other. I want us to reflect on it, and the following narratives about the United States will suffice, and then read my conclusion.

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World Bank’s projects to enhance Bangladeshi financial institutions

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Sheuli Akter

Due to limited capacity and market constraints, Bangladesh’s local financial institutions traditionally could not meet the longer-term financing demand for infrastructure investments in the country.

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