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  1. Focus sur le gazoduc Maghreb-Europe Francis Perrin Posted : September 15, 2021

    La récente rupture des relations diplomatiques entre l’Algérie et le Maroc a remis au centre de l’actualité un important projet gazier, le gazoduc Maghreb-Europe (GME), dont on ne parlait plus beaucoup depuis un bon moment. Qu’est-ce que le GME et que représente-t-il en termes de flux gaziers ?

  2. Revitalizing the Africa-EU Partnership Hamza Mjahed Posted : September 14, 2021

  3. Five Big Questions on the Global Economic Outlook Uri Dadush Posted : September 10, 2021

    The COVID-19 pandemic caused a shock to both demand and supply, leading to the biggest collapse in world output since the Great Depression. Since late 2020, a more rapid than expected recovery has been observed. Five questions arise frequently. Here is my take on those questions.

  4. ADEL Portrait : Richard Seshie Sabine Cessou Posted : September 10, 2021

    This young Ivorian entrepreneur, who has spent 7 years abroad, has moved back home in 2015 to head the local NGO 35.35. Since July 2021, he has been in charge of Africa for Dunia Payment, a startup operating in fintech through a mobile app, aiming at democratizing banking services.

  5. The Road to Decarbonization Otaviano Canuto Posted : September 08, 2021

    The report of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), released at the beginning of August, left no room for doubt.

  6. Le mécanisme européen d’ajustement carbone aux frontières risque de faire plus de mal que de bien Uri Dadush Posted : September 06, 2021

    L’Union européenne (UE) a annoncé le 14 juillet une proposition de taxe carbone à ses frontières, qui devrait renchérir les importations de produits fortement émetteurs (acier, aluminium, ciment, électricité et engrais). Cette même taxe est déjà appliquée au sein de l’UE, qui veut désormais l’imposer aux fabricants étrangers.

  7. Helicopter Reserves to the Rescue Otaviano Canuto Posted : September 01, 2021

    The world woke on Monday August 23 to higher international reserves for all countries. A new allocation of US$650 billion in Special Drawing Rights (SDRs) from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to its member countries had entered into force (SDR450 billion).

  8. Matchmaking Private Finance and Green Infrastructure Otaviano Canuto Posted : July 07, 2021

    The world faces a huge shortfall of infrastructure investment relative to its needs. With a few exceptions, such as China, this shortfall is greatest in emerging and developing countries.

  9. ADEL Portrait : Hamza Rkha, dreamer and entrepreneur Sabine Cessou Posted : June 30, 2021

    After completing his studies abroad, Hamza Rkha co-launched a start-up in 2018 with an associate, at 27 years of age. Their company, named SOWIT, is based in Casablanca, Dakar and Paris. It provides data-based decision support tools to African farmers. Through an App and processed satellite images, it helps optimize irrigation, fertilization and phyto-sanitary situations.

  10. Opening Science Through the Decolonization of Knowledge Bushra Ebadi Posted : June 28, 2021

    UNESCO is leading a two-year consultation process to draft a Recommendation on Open Science in order to increase citizen engagement with science and improve the distribution and production of science globally.