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The 2018 Brookings brief year in review

Before you ring in the New Year, join us for a special look back at some of the defining policy stories of 2018. In the weeks ahead, stay tuned for our experts’ predictions of the issues and challenges that will shape 2019. Our greatest hits: To celebrate the end of a

Nigeria in top 5 global conflict deaths—Brookings

•2018 Inter'l security environment worse than five years ago Senator Iroegbu  Nigeria alongside Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq and Yemen has dominated the global conflict deaths in the last five years, Brookings Institute report has revealed. In its latest report entitled: "Managing the new threat landscape; Adapting the tools of international peace and security", it noted

Brookings experts react to the Trump-Putin meeting and NATO summit

Thomas Wright, Alina Polyakova, Constanze Stelzenmüller, Steven Pifer, Pavel K. Baev, Amanda Sloat, Célia Belin, Kemal Kirişci, and Tarun Chhabra   Wright, Director of the Center on the United States and Europe; Senior Fellow in the Project on International Order and Strategy: The summit today, and the visit to Brussels and the U.K. that preceded it, revealed that the president is now

Capitalism: what is the way forward?

The world economy is entering 2018 on a high note. Economic growth in the United States, the European Union, Japan, and China accelerated in 2017, and large emerging economies are regaining momentum. Global growth forecasts for 2018 are upward of 3.1 percent. Stock markets have reached record highs. Unemployment is

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