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Ana Palacio

Ana Palacio

Writing for PS since 2011
109 commentaries

Ana Palacio, a former minister of foreign affairs of Spain and former senior vice president and general counsel of the World Bank Group, is a visiting lecturer at Georgetown University.

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  1. Disunited States
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    Disunited States

    Apr 20, 2020 Ana Palacio worries that America is now displaying many of the same divisions that have long bedeviled the European Union.

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    Lessons from the Polish Opposition

    Jacek Rostowski

    After years of misrule under Poland's Law and Justice party, a candidate representing the mainstream opposition almost managed to wrest back control of the presidency. In fact, anti-populists everywhere should see Rafał Trzaskowski's near-miss campaign as a model for their own efforts.

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    Saving Generation COVID

    Abiy Ahmed & Gordon Brown

    During the COVID-19 crisis, lockdowns and other social-distancing rules have forced schools worldwide to shut their doors, locking out a peak of 1.6 billion children. Unless the international community acts now, the consequences for this generation – especially its poorest members – will be severe and long-lasting.

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