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For Nigeria to provide 1,000 kwhours per cap, allowing for pop growth, it would need to increase electricity generation 15 times by 2050. VP @ProfOsinbajo in @TheEconomist economist.com/by-invitation/… Pairs well with Chartbook #121 on African demography adamtooze.substack.com https://t.co/Giv16dx0Pd

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Presence-less: Is India’s tech stack a dramatic example of welfare without the state? In the last 36 months, India's direct, real-time, digital welfare system has paid $200bn to about 950m people. economist.com/leaders/2022/0… https://t.co/qiyxFHlCZZ

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AFRICA NEEDS MORE ENERGY. Total electricity use for 1bn pop of sub-Saharan African ex SA < Spain (47m). economist.com/by-invitation/… @ProfOsinbajo VP Nigeria in @TheEconomist pairs well with Chartbook #121 on African demography this weekend adamtooze.substack.com/p/chartbook-12… https://t.co/Hmcdld4upO

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RT @TheDevilArmada: adamtooze.substack.com/p/chartbook-12… @adam_tooze All eyes on Africa. @mahbubani_k spoke on identical lines in his interview with @S…

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RT @AliaGvR: @NewStatesman @adam_tooze Phenomenal read, inferring more to come on a number of points raised. (I note from the @NewStatesm…

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RT @MacdonaldUkah: As much as is possible to do (because he's very very prolific), pls read @adam_tooze's Chartbooks via Substack. https://…

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Is America’s arsenal of democracy depleting? This from @TheEconomist economist.com/united-states/… Pairs well with Chartbook #120 on St Javelin. adamtooze.substack.com/p/chartbook-12… https://t.co/IWT7WQ44a4

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Miami-Dade county’s gdp was c $172bn in 2019, roughly as big as the combined gdp of Ecuador and Uruguay. 1,200 MNC have their LatAm HQ in a 70% Hispanic city in which exiled and immigrant Cubans, Nicaraguans & Colombians have flourished. economist.com/the-americas/2… https://t.co/1CzfTARBLU

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@jraimo @EditionsduSeuil @ekleinberg Very interesting. I didn’t know Bouton’s work. Looks extremely pertinent.

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How market failures are holding Africa back – more interesting than you would expect from the title! economist.com/middle-east-an… Pairs well with Chartbook #121 on African demography adamtooze.substack.com/p/chartbook-12… https://t.co/SMNY5frP3x

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@rcolvile Put it this way. If it turns out NOT to be Africa’s century that implies a development failure on a huge scale with huge attendant “issues”. One way or another it is dispositive.

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RT @rcolvile: This is really interesting from @adam_tooze. Should we start thinking of this as the African century? adamtooze.substack.com/p/chartbook-12…

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Across the Arab world, girls are less likely than boys to be at school. But in the classroom girls vastly outperform their male peers—to a degree unmatched anywhere else in the world economist.com/middle-east-an… https://t.co/GvxnZhL0sf

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RT @Scorhill: Essential read by @adam_tooze on Germany, Ukraine and Habermas. What is it to be a ‘post-heroic’ nation state witnessing a na…

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RT @NewStatesman: The 92-year-old philosopher, Jürgen Habermas, has warned Germans not to allow anger at Russia and admiration for Ukraine…

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The Demographic and Health Surveys are one of the mind-blowing sources I discovered reading Edward Paice’s great book about African demographics. dhsprogram.com See Chartbook Newsletter #121 adamtooze.substack.com/p/chartbook-12… https://t.co/ET8Ty2hEex

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@DavidMe31615095 @stalfel Earlier in the piece he says that one cannot aim realistically to defeat a nuclear power. But he does not emphasize that point in conclusion. I think that is telling.

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1/3 of the world’s population is still not vaccinated against COVID. @OurWorldInData ourworldindata.org/covid-vaccinat… https://t.co/Xk2nDQVINO

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RT @abdota: Excellent post, as usual Effects of which we are already living through and topic that will increasingly engage minds of weste…

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RT @teixeirajpd: Que maravilha de texto do @adam_tooze. Chartbook #121: Youth Quake. Why African demography should matter to the world http…

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Delhi heatwave continues. Temperatures touched a high of 47.2 degrees Celsius at Mungeshpur and 47 degrees Celsius at Najafgarh. livemint.com/news/india/del… https://t.co/FNzXVPK3jM

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RT @JosephPolitano: Fun investing fact: A used Toyota Prius has outperformed the S&P 500 over the last year.

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RT @guillaumemoyen: «The sheer scale of Africa’s demographic acceleration makes it a vastly significant megatrend…But it is all the more…

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@EricLevitz Me too. Hang in their Eric. If you can get the antivirals they are excellent.

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RT @rch371: Genius! 😅😂🤣 twitter.com/indyfromspace/…

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RT @RassBariaw: @adam_tooze @AaronBastani A lot more deserves to be studied and done…great first step….we want more! We want more! 🙂

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RT @Mark3Ds: @EmmaMAshford @soonergrunt @CanadaNATO @CanadaFP @CAFinUkraine @CanEmbUkraine @WHNSC @USEmbassyKyiv @CBCChrisBrown @GrayConnol…

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RT @AnthonyBarnett: I've been waiting for this, I now realise, on the world significance of Africa's population growth. Another superb over…

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RT @AntBreach: "Huh. 'TSMC'. Seems like a company that might be worth keeping an eye on." https://t.co/tnOciefbjD

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Thank you @AaronBastani more thoughts on same lines on the Chartbook Newsletter today. Chartbook #121 here: adamtooze.substack.com/p/chartbook-12… twitter.com/AaronBastani/s…

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RT @mdcbowen: Chartbook #121: Youth Quake. Why African demography should matter to the world , by @adam_tooze adamtooze.substack.com/p/chartbook-12…

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RT @RaviReports: "It is unlikely that Africa will NOT reach 2.2 billion to 2.5 billion inhabitants by 2050," writes @adam_tooze as he weigh…

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RT @edmundogs: Chartbook #121: Youth Quake. Why African demography should matter to the world , by @adam_tooze adamtooze.substack.com/p/chartbook-12…

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@barrett_nash Hi thanks for this. Copying @CameronAbadi at @ForeignPolicy who may already have addressed it.

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RT @FinancialTimes: The concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has reached its highest level ever recorded. ‘It is a reminder of…

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