SUM-forskere i media - Side 7

Publisert 20. feb. 2020 09:33

The influential journalist Martin Wolf of the Financial Times argued in Oslo last week that while emerging countries continue to have large groups of their population living in poverty, the emissions per head of these groups, including most African citizens, is relatively low. What does this mean for the prospects for continued economic growth and emissions? asks Banik.

Publisert 7. feb. 2020 10:28

While the country’s identity abroad is all too frequently associated with poverty, Malawi will from now on be able to bask in the glory of having accomplished a feat that has only been once replicated on the African continent, writes Banik.

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Publisert 3. feb. 2020 11:14

China’s response to the epidemic is not only a reaction to a mounting health crisis, but also a projection of the strength of its regime and its preferred approaches to development and governance. The censorship of public debate and social media, for instance, can be viewed in some quarters as an effective tool for limiting the spread of rumors and prevent widespread panic, writes Puyvallée and Banik.

Publisert 31. jan. 2020 10:15

While it has impressed large parts of the world in recent decades with its impressive ability to undertake major infrastructure projects, the current crisis has provided ample evidence of the extraordinary logistical capacity that China possesses to undertake major construction projects within its territory, writes Banik.

Publisert 14. jan. 2020 10:47

Å kutte enhver forbindelse mellom Latin-Amerika og Iran har lenge vært høyt på USAs sikkerhetsagenda i regionen. Etter drapet på general Qasem Soleimani kan USA være enda lengre fra det målet. Det er det flere årsaker til.

Publisert 13. jan. 2020 11:23

–  What should, then, Malawi do? Is it really the case, as some claim, that Malawi is “policy rich but implementation poor”? asks Banik.

Publisert 2. jan. 2020 11:58

–  In appreciating “what works” in development, we must continue to better understand not just how “problems” are identified and solved, but also the types of measures that we choose to undertake and how the desired goals of such interventions are achieved, writes Banik.