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Solar Power Brightens Outlook For Climate Talks

By Konrad Putzier

Great upheavals tend to come in pairs, the second more radical than the first. France’s Revolution of 1789 and the Russian Revolution of February 1917 shook the world – but only their follow-ups in 1792 and October 1917 truly transformed it. In 2013, this history looks set to repeat itself in the global energy sector.

Climate Change: The Road to Hell is Paved with Good Intentions

Institutionalizing Unsustainability
by Hayley Stevenson
UC Press, 2013

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World Policy on Air: Lester Brown

On this week’s episode of World Policy on Air, World Policy Journal managing editor Christopher Shay and World Policy Institute senior fellow William Powers talk with environmental activist Lester Brown, founder and president of the Earth Policy Institute and the author or co-author of over 50 books.

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Jihad in Sub-Saharan Africa 

This paper, “Jihad in Sub-Saharan Africa: Challenging the Narratives of the War on Terror,” examines the history of Islamic movements in Africa's Sahel region to contextualize current conflicts.

World Economic Roundtable with Vicente Fox 

In this World Economic Roundtable, former Mexican President Vicente Fox discusses his current quest to make his country a hub for technology. 

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As the United States prepares to assume chairmanship of the Arctic Council in 2015, this inaugural convening of the Arctic Deeply Roundtables launches a vital conversation for our times. 

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