In the News

Ian Goldin
Project Syndicate
, 22 July 2014
Governments should pursue new priorities and oversight
Robert Einhorn
Brookings Institution
, 21 July 2014
Trade-offs are required; success is far from assured
Gareth Price
Chatham House
, 21 July 2014
Water management is not enough with population set to grow by 30 percent before 2040
Min Zeng
The Wall Street Journal
, 18 July 2014
Analysts are scratching their heads
Howard LaFranchi
The Christian Science Monitor
, 18 July 2014
International investigation needed to show why jet with 298 passengers crashed over Ukraine
Soner Cagaptay
Foreign Affairs
, 17 July 2014
An unlikely alliance emerges as old foes seek stability
Sven Böll, Horand Knaup and Paul Middelhoff
Spiegel Online
, 16 July 2014
German politicians blame aging population and not priorities or cost over-runs
Wenonah Hauter
Other Words
, 16 July 2014
US and EU free trade agreement may provide unrestricted energy trade
World Bank News
, 15 July 2014
The highly skilled may not agree that they are truly the best paid
Yale Books Unbound
, 14 July 2014
China has started rebalancing its economy while the United States balks
TNN
The Times of India
, 14 July 2014
Families scramble to find documents to prove citizenship
Allan Sloan
Fortune
, 11 July 2014
Multinationals want nations to slash corporate tax rates – or expect relocation
Kathrin Hille
The Financial Times
, 11 July 2014
Tech companies point out the perils of government controls
BBC News
, 10 July 2014
Region needs leaders who promote peace, not endless fighting
Sam Jones and Heba Saleh
The Financial Times
, 9 July 2014
Caliphate attracts jihadists and marginalized from around the globe
The Economist
, 9 July 2014
The US, representing about one third of all global drug sales, may see more price controls
The Express Tribune
, 8 July 2014
All sides rely on the salute, reflecting general discontent
Nayan Chanda
The Times of India
, 7 July 2014
China’s economy outweighs those of Brazil, Russia, India and South Africa combined
BBC News
, 7 July 2014
Conflict delays OPCW investigation
Kris Holt
TechNewsWorld
, 4 July 2014
The company may want to bypass the telecom networks