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'Global policymakers don't lead revolutions, cities do'

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A new United Nations strategy to address the challenges faced by rapidly growing cities lacks sufficient detail to allow cities to act on it, warned a leading government resilience expert from South Africa.
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