Renegade Cities

The Big Question: How can governments collaborate with the private sector to provide affordable houisng?

  1. United Kingdom: Building Blocks
  2. Nick Mathiason
  3. pp. 1-2
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  1. China: Bringing Down the House
  2. Victor Clemens
  3. pp. 2-3
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  1. Peru: Housing Divided
  2. Denisse Miralles
  3. pp. 3-4
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  1. Nigeria: Gimme Shelter
  2. Bob Majirioghene Etemiku
  3. p. 4
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  1. Jing-Jin-Ji: Integrating a Chinese megapolis
  2. Karoline Kan
  3. pp. 5-10
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  1. Anatomy: The world in transit
  2. pp. 12-13
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  1. The Feebleness of the Northern Powerhouse
  2. Owen Hatherley
  3. pp. 14-18
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  1. This Is Not a Slum: What the world can learn from Dharavi
  2. Matias Echanove, Rahul Srivastava
  3. pp. 19-24
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  1. Bottling Up Discontent: Chennai’s black market for water
  2. Kavitha Rajagopalan
  3. pp. 25-33
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  1. Map Room: Shanghai:
  2. pp. 34-35
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  1. Soccs and the City: How Social Capital Credits can help build resilient communities
  2. Urvashi Kaul
  3. pp. 37-41
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Portfolio

  1. Kashmir: A Stone’s Throw, an Endless Wait
  2. Showkat Nanda
  3. pp. 42-55
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Conversation

  1. An Exiled Leader Breaks His Silence: A Conversation with Thaksin Shinawatra
  2. Thaksin Shinawatra
  3. pp. 57-61
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Features

The Provocations of Kamel Daoud

  1. The Provocations of Kamel Daoud
  2. Elisabeth Zerofsky
  3. pp. 62-63
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  1. Cologne, Scene of Fantasies
  2. Kamel Daoud
  3. pp. 64-66
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  1. Friendship Amid Frenzy: The Correspondence of Kamel Daoud and Adam Shatz
  2. Kamel Daoud, Adam Shatz
  3. pp. 67-69
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  1. Honor Killings: Telling their stories won’t end the crimes
  2. Rafia Zakaria
  3. pp. 70-76
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  1. Flaws in Botswana’s Diamond Industry
  2. Khadija Sharife
  3. pp. 77-81
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  1. Justice Delayed: Egypt’s illegal use of pre-trial detention
  2. Ruth Michaelson
  3. pp. 82-89
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  1. Congo’s “Mr. X”: The Man Who Fooled the UN
  2. Daniel Fahey
  3. pp. 91-100
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  1. Attention: Deficit DisorderThe G-20’s modest steps toward a more coordinated fiscal policy
  2. Edward A. Fogarty, Gene Park
  3. pp. 101-108
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  1. Coda: In Defense of “Accumulated Chaos”
  2. Christopher Shay
  3. p. 110
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