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Tawanda Mutasah

Tawanda Mutasah

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Tawanda Mutasah, former Senior Director for Law and Policy at Amnesty International and former Global Director of Programs at the Open Society Foundations, is a faculty member at Sciences Po’s Paris School of International Affairs.

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  1. Zimbabwe’s Outlaw Regime
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    Zimbabwe’s Outlaw Regime

    Aug 3, 2020 Tawanda Mutasah says the recent arrest of a leading journalist reveals the true nature of Emmerson Mnangagwa's government.

  2. Zimbabwe's Last Chance

    Zimbabwe's Last Chance

    Mar 17, 2008 Tawanda Mutasah

  3. Who Will Stop Zimbabwe’s Torturers?
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    Who Will Stop Zimbabwe’s Torturers?

    May 3, 2007 Tawanda Mutasah

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    Joseph S. Nye, Jr., on Chinese power, US politics, the new cold war, and more

    Joseph S. Nye, Jr. considers how China undermines its own soft power, traces the potential causes of a war over Taiwan, welcomes Europe’s embrace of “smart” power, and more.
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    Can Democracy Survive the Polycrisis?

    George Soros

    A Russian defeat in Ukraine, and a lessening of Sino-American tensions, may create room for world leaders to confront the challenges posed by artificial intelligence and climate change, both of which threaten to destroy our civilization. But for the world’s democracies, there is only a narrow and winding path that leads to this outcome.

    considers how world leaders will address the challenges posed by AI, climate change, and the war in Ukraine.
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    Can America Escape Its Second Gilded Age?

    J. Bradford DeLong recalls how the country overcame a previous era of extreme income and wealth inequality.
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    Can Spain Show European Leadership?

    Ana Palacio worries that a snap election will undermine the effectiveness of the country’s Council of the EU presidency.
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    The Modi Decade

    Shashi Tharoor assesses the sources of the Indian government's popularity, despite its mixed record over the last nine years.
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    The Fight Over EU Fiscal Reform

    Lucrezia Reichlin shows why the European Commission’s latest proposal, in contrast to its predecessor, solves nothing.
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    Governments Must Meet Their Biodiversity Pledges

    Ellen Johnson Sirleaf implores wealthy donor countries to deliver on the promises they made at COP15 to protect natural capital.
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    Revisiting the Behavioral Revolution in Economics

    Antara Haldar assesses the legacy of the intellectual challenge to the view that rational self-interest guides our actions.
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    New AI Germ Busters Can Also Bust Unions

    Yanis Varoufakis shows how an AI-driven biomedical breakthrough could rob workers of what little power they have left.

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