"The world can be a better place. And 22 well known individuals from Whale Wars star Paul Watson to World Banker Joseph Stiglitz give their take on what’s wrong with our societies in a new book called 22 Ideas To Fix The World . . . The book points out where to look and where to begin to contribute to the dialogue. Assuming no remedy is meaningless, 22 Ideas to Fix the World succeeds in its task."
"Dutkiewicz and Sakwa have edited a remarkable collection of interviews with preeminent 'thinkers' to answer the titular challenge . . . the contributors' expertise, depth, and accessibility are unimpeachable."
"A forward-facing collection of interviews with today's foremost thinkers."
"It's a fine book, full of smart, engaging, and provocative suggestions for instigating social change."
—The Feminist Wire
"All contributors show an in-depth understanding of the present and future outlook for global business, geopolitics, and environmental health, and the dynamics at work within each. Readers who seek intellectually rigorous assessments of where the international community is heading will find 22 Ideas to Fix the World to be a very rewarding read."
"The role of government in solving or causing problems is a recurring focus in '22 Ideas to Fix the World,' an anthology of conversations with notable academics and activists, edited by political scientists Piotr Dutkiewicz and Richard Sakwa."
—Carlos Lozada, The Washington Post
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