Op-Ed

August 27, 2014

Despite progress, many in region remain vulnerable

As we lost Gabriel Gárcia Márquez this year I am reminded of his speech upon receiving the Nobel Prize in 1982: “Neither floods nor plagues, famines nor cataclysms, nor even the eternal wars of century upon century, have been able to subdue the persistent advantage of life over death.”

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