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Fernando Henrique Cardoso

Fernando Henrique Cardoso

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Fernando Henrique Cardoso, President of Brazil from 1995 to 2002, is a member of the editorial board of Americas Quarterly and the Global Commission on Drug Policy.

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  1. Latin America Confronts the Coronavirus
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    Latin America Confronts the Coronavirus

    Apr 16, 2020 Fernando Henrique Cardoso, et al. argue that populist grandstanding jeopardizes the top priority – minimizing the pandemic’s death toll.

  2. Withdrawing from the War on Drugs
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    Withdrawing from the War on Drugs

    Feb 4, 2011 Michel D. Kazatchkine & Fernando Henrique Cardoso

  3. Ending the Never-Ending War on Drugs
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    Ending the Never-Ending War on Drugs

    Dec 16, 2010 Fernando Henrique Cardoso

  4. Ending Child Marriage
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    Ending Child Marriage

    Sep 17, 2010 Jimmy Carter & Fernando Henrique Cardoso

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    Higher Immigration or Higher Interest Rates for America?

    Ricardo Hausmann & Dany Bahar explain why the persistence of Trump-era xenophobia among US policymakers could lead to economic stagnation.
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    Life, Liberty, and Lost Output

    Shang-Jin Wei considers the cost-benefit calculations fueling China’s protests against the government’s zero-COVID policy.
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    Iran’s Conservative Tightrope

    Djavad Salehi-Isfahani

    The Islamic Republic has been unable to quell the civil unrest that erupted three months ago, after Mahsa Amini died after being detained for violating hijab rules. While the regime has now abolished the morality police, the protesters have broadened their demands.

    explains why the country’s hardliners may no longer be able to force their will on the public.
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    The State Legacy of China’s Success

    Zhang Jun explains why Western scholars should pay more attention to the crucial role of the state.
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    What the COP15 Biodiversity Conference Must Do

    Juan Manuel Santos hopes world leaders will deliver a breakthrough for nature equivalent to the Paris climate agreement.
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    China’s Activist Shortage

    Yi Fuxian argues that decades of strict family-planning policies have effectively precluded a pro-democracy movement.
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    Disrupting the Disruptors

    Roger McNamee considers what new economic conditions mean for an industry whose growth (and misbehavior) defined an era.
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    When Voters Become Fans

    Kaushik Basu thinks deepening polarization has given the lie to a longstanding assumption about electoral politics.
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    Africa’s Responsibility to Protect Biodiversity

    Hailemariam Desalegn urges the continent’s leaders to unite behind a shared conservation agenda, beginning at COP15.

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