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Global issue 20

“You cannot start criticising a global economy when you’re “Africa has experienced more than a decade of economic growth, despite the global financial crisis” Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma “We take human rights and democracy seriously – we know the consequences of ignoring them” Paul Kagame “We stand at a critical crossroads in history when our actions – or inaction – can shape the future of life on Earth as we know it” Ban Ki-moon “I see a lot of common ground among policy-makers and, importantly, a desire to come together and move forward not even part of it” Dambisa Moyo “The hopes and fears that matter most to us are those of the world’s poor” Jim Yong Kim “Global economic together” Christine Lagarde prosperity and security needs action, not back to back statements or tired, rehearsed exchanges” David Cameron “Democracy and good governance are crucial to Africa’s renaissance” Goodluck Ebele Jonathan “Human rights gather their force from reasoned argument on certain freedoms being central to our lives” Amartya Sen “We do not believe that developed nations provide the sole or ideal model of democracy” Lee Hsien Loong “I want to break down barriers – including the glass ceiling holding back women” Shinzo Abe Global leaders talk to global. Join the conversation... Register for your FREE electronic copy at www.global-briefing.org


Global issue 20
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