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As climate change continues to affect weather patterns, floods are becoming a regular phenomenon in many African cities. Carl Manlan discusses how community-focused urban design can prevent extreme weather from destroying local economies.
In the wake of the Arab Spring, Tunisia is the only state where a protest movement gave way to a democratic transition. This week on World Policy On Air, Amna Guellali of Human Rights Watch discusses how Tunisia's past corruption and authoritarianism are haunting the fledgling democracy.
Triple talaq, or instant divorce, was recently banned in an Indian Supreme Court ruling. World Policy Journal spoke with Zakia Soman, the co-founder of a women's collective that campaigned against the practice, about issues facing Muslim women in India today.
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In an interview with Jennifer Ramos of World Policy Institute at Loyola Marymount University, Thaksin Shinawatra, former prime minister of Thailand, discusses economic development, the new Thai constitution, regional relations, and the need for dialogue between opposing factions to resolve the current tensions in the Southeast Asian nation.

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