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  1. Mikhail Gorbachev
    Mikhail Gorbachev

    Writing for PS since 2001
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    Mikhail Gorbachev was the last head of state of the Soviet Union, and helped to bring about a peaceful end to the Cold War, for which he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1990. He has since remained active in global and humanitarian affairs, most notably through his leadership of the Gorbachev Foundation. He is also the founder of the Geneva-based Green Cross International, an independent nongovernmental organization that addresses security, poverty, and environmental degradation.

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    Why Biden Is Better Than Trump for the Economy

    Nouriel Roubini

    The presumption that Republicans are better than Democrats at economic stewardship is a longstanding myth that must be debunked. For all Americans who care about their and their children’s future, the right choice this November could not be clearer.

    debunks the longstanding myth that Republicans are better than Democrats for growth, jobs, and markets.
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    Multilateralism Will Survive the Great Fracture

    Ngaire Woods

    Although China and the US are strategic rivals, each depends on global markets, finance, and innovation, and needs to co-opt other countries and regions in order to sustain its own power. For this reason, both will use multilateralism, formal and informal, to protect the system within which they have flourished and to solidify their alliances.

    highlights three reasons why today's Sino-American rivalry will not prove fatal for international cooperation.
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