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Sri Mulyani Indrawati

Sri Mulyani Indrawati

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Sri Mulyani Indrawati, Finance Minister of Indonesia, is Chair of the Coalition of G20 Finance Ministers for Climate Action.

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  1. Asia's Emissions-Reduction Plan for the World
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    Asia's Emissions-Reduction Plan for the World

    Jan 19, 2022 Masatsugu Asakawa, et al. tout a new public-private initiative to accelerate the region’s transition from coal to clean energy.

  2. Recovering Stronger Together in 2022
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    Recovering Stronger Together in 2022

    Dec 4, 2021 Sri Mulyani Indrawati shows why increased global collaboration is key to a sustainable post-pandemic rebound.

  3. Recovering Global Leadership
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    Recovering Global Leadership

    Jan 13, 2021 Sri Mulyani Indrawati hopes for a renewal of multilateralism, and explains what national governments should do in the meantime.

  4. Developing Countries Must Seize the Tech Frontier
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    Developing Countries Must Seize the Tech Frontier

    Dec 26, 2019 Sri Mulyani Indrawati urges policymakers to start preparing strategies for inclusive economic growth in an age of disruption.

  5. There Is No Alternative to Multilateralism
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    There Is No Alternative to Multilateralism

    Sep 20, 2019 Josh Frydenberg, et al. call for renewed international cooperation to prevent trade tensions from overwhelming the rules-based system.

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    The Key to Unlocking Africa’s Economic Potential

    Landry Signé explains why fostering trade integration and regional value chains is essential for the continent to prosper.
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    Geopolitical Davids and Goliaths

    Harold James considers lessons from smaller countries about how to wield power and influence in the twenty-first century.
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    Preparing for the Next Global Catastrophe

    José Manuel Barroso explains why global leaders must focus on creating equitable response mechanisms ahead of the next crisis.
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    Italy’s Next Government Must Tackle Climate Security

    Luca Bergamaschi shows why the country’s politicians can no longer afford to ignore a major threat to national security.
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    Europe and the New Non-Alignment

    Laurence Tubiana

    Despite the massive civilian suffering in Ukraine, many countries have been wary of taking sides, owing both to a perception of European double standards and to Russia’s leverage over energy and commodity prices. But while new geopolitical dynamics have complicated climate advocacy, they certainly haven't derailed it.

    sees both challenges and opportunities for climate policy in an era of geopolitical fragmentation.
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    The Sting of Climate Risk Is in the Tails

    Mark Cliffe thinks conventional models have overemphasized the long term at the expense of more immediate threats.
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    Should Humanities Professors Be Automated?

    Nicholas Agar considers the implications of recent successes with AI-generated academic research and writing.
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    Should Energy Companies’ Windfall Profits Be Taxed?

    Imposing a one-off tax on energy companies’ extraordinary profits might seem like a no-brainer at a time of soaring inflation, but the idea has more than a few detractors. As policymakers in a growing number of economies move ahead, we asked PS commentators whether they are right to do so.

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    The Global Necessity of American Democracy

    Javier Solana shows why the political health of the United States has become a matter of global concern.

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