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June Teufel Dreyer
, 30 October 2014
A few Chinese scholars anticipate China’s rise and possible role as arbiter in a troubled world
Joseph Chamie and Barry Mirkin
, 28 October 2014
Wild variation in regulations worldwide ensure that surrogacy is both human right and exploitation
Marc Grossman and Simon Henderson
, 22 October 2014
Discontent and chaos in the Middle East are rooted in treaties drafted at the close of World War I
John Morrison
, 21 October 2014
In era of globalized awareness, best business, government practices demand local consent and social license
Deepak Gopinath
, 16 October 2014
Investors force big private energy companies into liquidation; energy dominance shifts to emerging markets
Shuaihua Cheng
, 14 October 2014
China could ask to join TPP, but would prefer finalizing the Doha Round with the WTO
Joji Sakurai
, 9 October 2014
Civilization must reclaim global imagination, inspire on its potential in responding to Islamic State’s cruelties
Humphrey Hawksley
, 7 October 2014
Protesters worldwide demand immediate change, rejecting constitutions, election results, process –sometimes democracy itself
Vikram Mansharamani
, 2 October 2014
Scrapping the cedi could lift Ghana’s confidence and GDP, but only citizens can stop corruption
Sumit Ganguly
, 30 September 2014
Promoting prosperity and national security for India requires robust foreign policy from Modi
David Brown
, 25 September 2014
Blocking China’s salami-slicing tactics on the South China Sea require region-wide cooperation
Tansen Sen
, 23 September 2014
China harkens the Silk Road in foreign policy initiatives, but the history is less benign
Paula Kavathas
, 18 September 2014
To combat Ebola, other infectious diseases, the US could impose $3 tax on international air travel
Chris Miller
, 16 September 2014
Putin, striving to wield influence over former Soviet states, must compete with EU and rising China
George Chen
, 11 September 2014
China fears democracy contagion to the mainland if true universal suffrage were allowed in Hong Kong
Will Hickey
, 9 September 2014
Struggle of countries like Argentina for orderly default mired in Western financial and legal system
Harold Hongju Koh
, 4 September 2014
A maze of domestic and international law complicates how the US fights Islamic State terrorists
Shashank Joshi
, 2 September 2014
Sunni-Shia divide complicates US, UK uniting regional coalition to fight Islamic State terrorists
Marc Grossman
, 28 August 2014
Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, Pakistan, India agree to move on 1,700-kilometer natural gas pipeline
Joji Sakurai
, 26 August 2014
In separate quests for beauty and perfection, Japanese and Italians are lulled into provincial trapt