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Bob Zoellick has written a wide range of articles analyzing the Trump presidency and the impact on world trade and foreign policy.
By Robert Zoellick
01 October 2017
During the 10 days that Africa’s youngest billionaire, Mohammed Dewji, was captured and held hostage in Tanzania, an extraordinary thing happened. Throngs of everyday Tanzanians, many struggling with poverty, poured into the streets and took to social media to pray for his release.
By Craig Mullaney
04 June 2019
The Water.org founders argue the way to bring clean water and sanitation to the poor of the world at scale isn’t by drilling wells or installing toilets. Nor is it through charity alone. The solution, they say, is market-based financing.
By Edward Stephens
04 June 2019
In this issue: - Brexit: With the extension past 29 March confirmed, we look again at the chances of Prime Minister May’s deal passing through the House of Commons. - North Korea: We look at why President Trump and Kim Jong Un’s summit in Hanoi was cut short, plus what we can expect of the negotiations going forward. - ISIS: Victory over what remained of the caliphate in Iraq and Syria has been declared, but is ISIS over?
22 March 2019