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Curated by Project Syndicate

Multilaterals on the Move

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The 2008 financial crisis heralded a return to prominence for the World Bank and the IMF. Project Syndicate’s contributors assess these institutions’ performance since then, and examine how they should be reformed to promote development more effectively and help advanced and emerging economies alike to avoid – or at least mitigate – future crises.

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  1. myanmar explosion Stringer/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images

    Myanmar Explodes

    After a gradual decade-long democratization process, Myanmar’s military seized power again in February and is waging a ruthless crackdown against unarmed civilian protesters. A major escalation of the ongoing turmoil – civil war is a growing possibility – would have implications far beyond the country’s borders.

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