In the News

Rajiv Chandrasekaran
The Washington Post
, 24 October 2014
US will also recruit from refugee camps in Turkey and Jordan
Stratfor Global Intelligence
, 24 October 2014
Buyers are relieved and sellers scramble
David Edwards
Wired
, 23 October 2014
Students must handle challenges of world with 2 billion more people by 2035
David Goodman, Lucy Meakin and Ye Xie
Bloomberg
, 22 October 2014
Global consumers delay spending
Carren Jao
Entrepreneur
, 22 October 2014
The new Space Race is commercialized
Trond Undheim
Fortune
, 21 October 2014
Health care, education, good governance in faraway nations mean security for all
Joseph E. Stiglitz
Project Syndicate
, 20 October 2014
GDP is not an adequate measure of a nation’s success
Wesley K. Clark
The New York Times
, 20 October 2014
For global influence, the US and China must focus on their own reforms
Christiane Hoffmann
Spiegel Online
, 17 October 2014
Too often, the international community finds it must be careful for what it wishes
Melik Kaylan
Forbes
, 16 October 2014
Putin unabashedly spearheads a revolt against 21st-century globalization
Tiffany Williams
Foreign Policy in Focus
, 15 October 2014
Unions protect workers from exploitation
Haytham Nuri
Al-Ahram Weekly
, 15 October 2014
Millions of children without an education and are vulnerable to extremism and poverty
Paul French
Reuters
, 14 October 2014
Media can only guess about the country’s governance
Libby Brooks
The Guardian
, 13 October 2014
Students in Fossil Free campaign question profits from the planet’s destruction
Thomas Crampton
GlobalAsia
, 13 October 2014
Key to mastering social media is discerning what users want to share with friends
Nayan Chanda
Businessworld
, 10 October 2014
Successful foreign investment focuses on local hire, quality and balance
Vauhini Vara
The New Yorker
, 9 October 2014
Bans won’t work and could encourage deception
Alexander Christie-Miller
Newsweek
, 8 October 2014
Refusal to help Kurdish town is aid for the Islamic State
Agence France Presse
, 8 October 2014
Saudi Arabia on alert for Ebola, MERS and Islamic State extremists
Roland Oliphant
The Telegraph
, 7 October 2014
Regulations suggest that Russia fears competing in global information exchange