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Prospect’s 13th annual awards rewarded strong work on economic growth and international conflict

By Prospect Team  

The past year has been dominated by the effects of economic weakness and the beginnings of recovery. Politicians have struggled to convince voters that society can function well while public spending is frozen or shrinking—and that they might have to accept less in pensions, healthcare and education than they had expected. In Britain, despite faint signs of the return of growth, this remains the central problem of domestic policy—can the country do more, with less? The eurozone crisis is in abeyance—but, many argue, only for now. Violence and protests in Turkey…

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