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Abstract: Ghana has one of the longest histories of contribution to international peace-keeping operations, beginning with Kwame Nkrumah's pan-Africanist support for peacekeeping after independence. It also has the distinction of being one of the most stable democracies in Africa, despite...
Abstract: Pope Francis authored Laudato Si' as a statement on climate change, and it has provoked intense discussion and debate on climate around the world. The statement's contributions to the topic are most welcome. Yet few have noted the encyclical's resources for addressing a more general...
Abstract: In April 2014, the city of Flint, Michigan, began using water from the Flint River. The official reason to break Flint's long time contract with the Detroit Water and Sewage Department was financial efficiency; it was presented as a cost-cutting measure. Flint residents began...
Abstract: Participation in climate governance is a wicked problem. Determining who participates and how is wicked, tricky, and even aggressive. The wicked dimensions of climate change—the difficulties of problem definition and no stopping rule, in particular—require rethinking how to best govern...
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