In the News

Irene Banos Ruiz
Deutsche Welle
, 3 May 2016
More than 90 percent of the world’s largest coral reef system has been subjected to bleaching
Peter Ford
The Christian Science Monitor
, 2 May 2016
More than 90 countries threaten some civic freedoms
Peter Pham
, 2 May 2016
More than two thirds of the world's steel is manufactured in Asia
Michael Spence
Project Syndicate
, 29 April 2016
Investments in the future are less worrisome than funding current operations
Nikhil Kumar and Rishi Iyengar
, 29 April 2016
The government fears antagonizing religious parties
Peter Hartcher
The Sydney Morning Herald
, 28 April 2016
The US, Australia and others urge negotiations and peaceful settlement
Nithin Coca
The Diplomat
, 27 April 2016
Reform of global institutions requires active participation by developing nations
Chris Giles
Financial Times
, 27 April 2016
GDP per capita in the United Kingdom doubled with EU membership
Peter Waldman
Bloomberg Businessweek
, 26 April 2016
Country struggles to attract foreign investment with restrictions for women
Nader Mousavizadeh
, 25 April 2016
The West must be consistent with its core values and principles to defeat the Islamic State
Daniel Williams
, 25 April 2016
Both the US and EU are polarized over issues like trade and immigration
Hugh White
East Asian Forum
, 22 April 2016
The US and its allies may have to prepare for a new order for Asia
Pilita Clark
Financial Times
, 22 April 2016
Consistent government policies on subsidies could stabilize energy markets
Andy Greenberg
, 21 April 2016
But news sites are not on board with encryption
Uri Friedman
The Atlantic
, 20 April 2016
Globalization of awareness and concern may entail tackling root causes of tragedy before it begins
Stephanie Saul
The New York Times
, 20 April 2016
Struggling public US colleges pay commissions to international recruiting agencies
Nayan Chanda
, 19 April 2016
China is highly strategic in industrializing by acquiring foreign firms
Luiz Felipe d’Avila
Project Syndicate
, 18 April 2016
Politicians must restore public confidence, and citizens must accept painful reforms
Stefan Kuzmany
Spiegel Online
, 18 April 2016
German chancellor moves ahead with prosecution of comedian who insulted Turkish president
Shadi Hamid
, 15 April 2016
Some interventions must proceed even when chances are slim that stability will follow