January 19, 2016
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Yannick Dupraz from the Paris School of Economics presented his paper “French and British Colonial Legacies in Education: A Natural Experiment in Cameroon” at the University of Navarra, a seminar organized by the Navarra Center for International Development.

As Yannick explained in the beginning of the presentation, both countries, France and England presented clear differences in their approach to colonization. According t...

January 18, 2016
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While the related pressures of anthropogenic climate change and population growth will continue to make essential natural resources scarce globally, domestic and international policy has been slow to adapt to this threat. In Kenya, the issue of water rights is heating up rapidly as insufficient infrastructure and dwindling surface waters already leaves many underserved.

Despite the East African country relying economically on water resources, it is simply a water scarce nation. Roughly 90% of its total area is unsuitable for crop cultivation,

January 07, 2016
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On the 9th of May, 2016, the Philippines heads to the polls to vote for a new government. The Filipino people are poised to choose a new president and vice president. This elections also coincides with the elections as well for a new slate of senators, congressmen, and local government officials. Amid much color and festivity, 130 individuals have stepped and submitted their certificates of candidacy for the position of president, 19 for vice president, and 172 for senator. The Philippine Commission on Elections is set to deliver a quicker more efficient and accurate poll by utilizing autom...

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