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Exhausting the Planet: Jonathan Foley on Balancing Food Security With Environmental Sustainability

Posted By Editorial Team | Nov 12th, 2014

October 31, 2014 By Heather Randall “We’re living in a time of unprecedented change,” says Jonathan Foley, executive director of the California Academy of Sciences. “Just in the last 50 years, our population itself has more than doubled in size, the economy grew about seven-fold during the same time, and the combination of those two…has led to about […]

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Hong Kong, Tibet and Xinjiang: Triple Trouble on China’s Periphery

Posted By Editorial Team | Oct 14th, 2014

“Despite the vast differences that set Hong Kong apart from Tibet and Xinjiang, we can find one plausible common explanation for the unrest in all three places…”

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Narrowing economic options for China

Posted By Editorial Team | Sep 30th, 2014

China’s progress has been due to its economic pragmatism. Some of it may have to rub off on its foreign policy too

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India’s comparative growth (vis-a-vis the World) from 1 to 2001 AD

Posted By Editorial Team | Oct 29th, 2013

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