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Rolling power cuts and land reform moves forward in South Africa  Last week, South Africa's largest power utility company, Eskom began implementing daily rolling blackouts to stabilize... [Read More]
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The scandal unfolding in North Carolina's 9th district has involved party-affiliated actors who tampered with absentee ballots. Although the House of Representatives has the ultimate... [Read More]
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On November 27, Michael O'Hanlon—Senior Fellow and Director of the Africa Security Initiative at Brookings—hosted a panel discussion to assess democratic trends on the African... [Read More]
The Diplomat magazine is a monthly, digital publication featuring loads of exclusive content, including some of our best long-form pieces, combined with a selection of... [Read More]
North Korea continues its underground nuclear tests, and there are indications that it has succeeded in miniaturizing a nuclear warhead. Sanctions and threat... [Read More]
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In this episode of the "Brookings Cafeteria" podcast, Christina Kwauk, a fellow with the Center for Universal Education, talks with four women who are leaders... [Read More]
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Real wages in most African countries moderately increased in 2017, but still remain low compared to other regions. [Read More]
Tags: Figures - Wage - Africa
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Jennifer L. Doleac, Anita Mukherjee, and Molly Schnell look at what research says could help fight the opioid epidemic. [Read More]
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Charts of the week, featuring a selection of three data or graphic items from Brookings research. [Read More]
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Richard V. Reeves reviews research from Steve Rose and the Urban Institute that reveals that the future of the middle class looks different, depending on... [Read More]
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The Essential Scan, produced by the Schaeffer Initiative for Health Policy, aims to help keep you informed on the latest research and what it means... [Read More]
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In an experiment, Vanessa Williamson found that looking at a graph that showed the total amount of taxes poor Americans pay, rather than just their... [Read More]
Electoral incentives, policy compromise, and coalition durability: Japan's LDP–Komeito Government in a mixed electoral system - Adam P. Liff, Ko Maeda... [Read More]
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The next few days of COP24 will be crucial in addressing the question of what counts as climate finance. [Read More]
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Brookings Foreign Policy Fellow and Director of the India Project Tanvi Madan recently sat down with Brookings Foreign Policy Post-Doctoral Fellows Rush Doshi and Sharan Grewal... [Read More]
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Studies in this week's Hutchins Roundup find millennials consumption preferences are not that different from previous generations, female employment partly explains the slow post-recession employment... [Read More]
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A new book proposes ways to re-engineer standard approaches to global development. [Read More]
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At the G-20 summit last weekend, President Trump signed a new trade deal with Canada and Mexico and announced a pause in the U.S.-China trade conflict. But the... [Read More]
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President Trump has been able to appoint a large number of judges to the appellate courts. This trend is not likely to continue, however, without... [Read More]
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After the fifth World Internet Conference in Wuzhen, Cameron Kerry reflects on the challenges that China faces in becoming a global internet leader. [Read More]
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