In the News

Ambrose Evans-Pritchard
The Telegraph
, 23 January 2015
ECB plan may delay day of reckoning on reckless spending
Nayan Chanda
The Times of India
, 23 January 2015
Obama and Modi overlook rocky past, prepare for economic liberalization and security cooperation
Mark Thompson
Time
, 22 January 2015
Sunni-Shia divide makes Yemen a fragile partner in war on extremism
Kristine Kwok
South China Morning Post
, 21 January 2015
Despite chilly meeting, Xi and Abe are pragmatists in resuming dialogue
BBC News
, 20 January 2015
To stem extremism, EU focuses on security and language programs with Arab partners
Scott Cendrowski
Fortune
, 19 January 2015
Volatility in Shanghai market tracks with government moves
Patti Waldmeir
Financial Times
, 16 January 2015
China’s one-child policy reduced poverty, keeping the population close to 1.2 billion by 2000
Environment News Service
, 16 January 2015
US will vote against development grants. loans with weak environmental or human-rights protections
BBC News
, 16 January 2015
Human waste is 80 percent water
Nayan Chanda
Businessworld
, 15 January 2015
India requires government ministries to procure locally-built electronic products
Richard Harris
NPR
, 14 January 2015
Strategies in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone vary
Raghuram Rajan
Project Syndicate
, 14 January 2015
Long-term structural reforms are inevitable
Husain Haqqani
The Times of India
, 13 January 2015
Terror is not an act of courage or faith
Marek Pruszewicz
BBC News Magazine
, 12 January 2015
More than 175 countries eat and grow onions
Nayan Chanda
Businessworld
, 9 January 2015
Governments could use respite to diversify and invest in alternatives
Stefan Kuzmany
Spiegel Online
, 9 January 2015
Terrorists yearn to divide free societies
Arthur Pinheiro Machado
Forbes
, 9 January 2015
Brazil attractive to skilled immigrants, but lacks robust strategy to retain talent
Nicholas Stern
Seminar
, 8 January 2015
Engaging in thoughtful urban planning is required
Alexander Görlach
The World Post
, 7 January 2015
Europe’s culture centered around openness, the loss of which is feared by many
Jack Nicas
The Wall Street Journal
, 7 January 2015
Military-grade equipment for border patrols may be expensive overkill