In the News

Chietigj Bajpaee
The Diplomat
, 22 July 2016
Asian nations pursue cooperation as the West withdraws to protect narrow self-interests
David E. Sanger and Maggie Haberman
The New York Times
, 22 July 2016
Campaign slogan “America First” reflects US anxiety
Martin Wolf
Financial Times
, 21 July 2016
Inequality and stagnant incomes threaten democracies
Robert Skidelsky
Project Syndicate
, 20 July 2016
Security is essential to acceptance of big waves of migration
Humeyra Pamuk and Ercan Gurses
Reuters
, 20 July 2016
Turkey’s political divisiveness could spill across borders
Mohammed Ayoob
The National Interest
, 19 July 2016
Even opposition groups opposed coup and seek order for a divided nation
Robert J. Samuelson
The Washington Post
, 18 July 2016
High debt in the United States triggers other economic problems
Orhan Coskun and Gulsen Solaker
Reuters
, 17 July 2016
Turkey military coup attempt failed: damage for democratic rights, NATO partnership?
Michael Schuman
Bloomberg
, 15 July 2016
History shows the most successful nations embraced globalization
Julia Amalia Heyer, Gordon Repinski, Mathieu von Rohr, Christoph Scheuermann and Holger Stark
Spiegel Online
, 15 July 2016
Fearful voters long for borders, local control and closed economies
Jonathan Marcus
BBC News
, 14 July 2016
Transparency and predictability could prevent new crises
Ishaan Tharoor
The Washington Post
, 13 July 2016
Protests in other countries reflect deep concerns over inequality
Kelsey Munro and Philip Wen
The Sydney Morning Herald
, 13 July 2016
Non-Chinese speakers don’t realize how much propaganda is released within their own borders
Jane Perlez
The New York Times
, 12 July 2016
Diplomacy is essential as no enforcement mechanism is in place
Nayan Chanda
Businessworld
, 11 July 2016
The British decision suggests that nations will struggle to cooperate on pressing global challenges
Dursun Peksen
The Diplomat
, 11 July 2016
Global cooperation on strict enforcement are required
Liz Stinson
Wired
, 8 July 2016
6,000 years of data could offer new insights and lessons for urban planners
Patricio Navia
Buenos Aires Herald
, 8 July 2016
Latin America and other regions should not pat themselves on the back for avoiding integration
Riham Alkousaa and Maximilian Popp
Spiegel Online
, 7 July 2016
Conditions on the border between Greece and Macedonia are described as disgrace for the EU
Peter Ford, Sara Miller Llana and Howard LaFranchi
The Christian Science Monitor
, 6 July 2016
Withdrawing from the world’s close interconnectedness will be disruptive