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Get “the world’s smartest op-ed page” (The Washington Post, July 7, 2009) on your iPhone. Every day, Project Syndicate provides new and EXCLUSIVE commentaries on economics, international politics, science, ethics and public affairs, and much more – all written by the world’s leading academics, statesmen, policymakers, and activists, and all completely FREE OF CHARGE. Download today and see why readers of more than 400 quality newspapers in 150 countries turn to Project Syndicate for a range of provocative, expert analysis that no other news service can match – and that news leaders like The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times frequently cite.
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