RT @BrookingsInst: On #MLKDay, we celebrate the legacy of Dr. King & reflect on the work that remains in achieving his vision: https://t.co…— Brookings Global (@BrookingsGlobal) Monday, January 16, 2017
Moving to Access: Is the current transport model broken?
Girls’ education research symposium: Approaches to developing life skills for girls
Global Education Monitoring Report launch: Education for people and planet, creating sustainable futures for all
But [I] predict even if those who are taxed put their apartments on the market — which is not guaranteed — [Israel] as a whole will only see a minimal return.
Tariffs on imports from China will not serve as a magic wand that brings back lost jobs. Rather, such tariffs could end up inflicting collateral damage on U.S. businesses and hurting job growth in companies that have built international supply chains.
Trump made the case that only he could effect change by blowing up the system. Modi, in the same way, did have a persuasive narrative that small changes at the margins can’t tackle deep-rooted problems like corruption. We needed big and painful changes, really disruptive ones.