In the News

Harun ur Rashid
Eurasian Review
, 18 April 2014
Abstention on UN Crimea resolution does not signal neutrality
Jonathan Kaiman
The Guardian
, 17 April 2014
Environmental protection is an economic priority
ParisTech Review
, 16 April 2014
3D Printers will disrupt manufacturing, invite scrutiny on liability and safety
Charles Hawley
Spiegel Online
, 16 April 2014
The partners would prefer weak EU governance
Ed Hammond
The Financial Times
, 15 April 2014
US tax policy encourages such headquarter relocations
Susan Kelleher
The Seattle Times
, 15 April 2014
Internet, health reports put a range of spices in demand
Moalimu Mohammed
BBC News
, 14 April 2014
The service is limited to the capital
DW
, 14 April 2014
The region has a shortage of nurses and doctors
Andrew Browne
The Wall Street Journal
, 11 April 2014
China sends mixed message on cooperation
Sarah Kreps and Micah Zenko
Foreign Affairs
, 11 April 2014
More than 75 nations have drone technology
Erik Britton and Danny Gabay
The Asia Sentinel
, 10 April 2014
Yuan could soon be ready to join basket of currencies sought by investors
The Economist
, 9 April 2014
China considers raising its retirement age
Himanshi Dhawan
Times of India
, 9 April 2014
Indian diaspora steps up to organize for candidates
Richard Anderson
BBC News
, 8 April 2014
Citizens, geology may not cooperate
Joseph E. Stiglitz
The New York Times
, 7 April 2014
Modern trade agreements reduce protections, and wealth does not trickle down
Mirwais Harooni and Jessica Donati
Reuters
, 7 April 2014
Voters take step to control their country
Gene Frieda
Project Syndicate
, 7 April 2014
Emerging economies with large foreign reserves fear Federal Reserve policy
Adam Withnall
The Independent
, 4 April 2014
The nation cracks down on political dissent
Nayan Chanda
Businessworld
, 3 April 2014
India’s political leaders take a wait-and-see attitude on climate change
Marcus Wohlsen
Wired
, 2 April 2014
Cities can make room for more trees