Ideas for Tomorrow - 2014

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The West: A Minority Club

Why not hold the West as well as the Rest accountable for their actions?

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It’s time to reshape capitalism and save the planet

Climate change is here to stay – there is no going back to the way things used to be and so we have to change the way we live to deal with this new reality. Chandran Nair tells Liz Mellon a different conversation is now called for.

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Good earth - SCMP

Feini Tuang urges reconsideration of our policy of treating farmland as a resource for building rather than for growing food, thereby missing an opportunity to practise more sustainable living

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Doing good - A foreign charity shows how to thrive in China

Jonathan Hursh has an NGO running community centres for migrant children. Over the past eight years, it has been on the brink of closure several times. It has survived, though, and, within its closely watched remit, has begun to thrive.

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Inequality and the Nature of Capital: A Reminder to Economists

Chandran Nair on YaleGlobal: Developing nations are well versed on inequality – Piketty book neglects the role of natural capital

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The Other Hundred Photobook Project

The Other Hundred has partnered with The Economist in a joint promotion from January 15th to March 31st, 2016! With the purchase of The Economist’s print, digital or print + digital special subscription offers, you receive a complimentary copy of The Other Hundred Entrepreneurs!

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Asia's leaders must work together to solve their problems and leave the US out of it

Chandran Nair says Asian leaders must realise the futility and danger of looking to America to sort out their squabbles, and see that regional cooperation is the best bet for peace

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Asia Revisited

Imagine if China’s leaders lectured the world on every trip, as Western leaders do.

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'Inclusive Growth' is Doublespeak. Here Are Three Ways to Really Achieve It

"Inclusive growth" has been transformed from a pressing global challenge into a social cause parroted by everyone from multilateral agencies to businesspeople to politicians and diplomats to NGOs.

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A wake-up call from flight MH370 for complacent Malaysians

The aircraft’s disappearance has focused international attention on the country, writes Chandran Nair




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