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“Protectionism and populism will only lead the world backward. China has a plan to lead the world forward – the Belt and Road Initiative."
“The winds of globalization have blown harshly through this community, and so its residents have turned away from those winds.” huffp.st/jEfwyTi
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Meanwhile, Donald J. Trump has proposed slashing foreign aid.
Calder Walton is an Ernest May Fellow at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, where his research is focused on intelligence history, grand strategy a
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David Biello is the science curator at TED Talks and the author of "The Unnatural World: The Race to Remake Civilization in Earth's Newest Age."
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As a freelance journalist based out of Berlin, Yermi Brenner reports on migration issues and minorities in Germany and throughout Europe.
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