In the News

Laura McKenna
The Atlantic
, 27 November 2015
US public and private colleges attracted near 1 million international students for 2014-15
Kia Makarechi
Vanity Fair
, 26 November 2015
Modern art of the West influenced Iranian artist Farideh Lashai
Greg Myre
, 25 November 2015
Nations dropping bombs on Syria share goal to defeat ISIS, but do not agree on targets
Jason Box and Naomi Klein
The New Yorker
, 25 November 2015
Volatile weather contributes to economic and security challenges
Azadeh Moaveni
The New York Times
, 24 November 2015
Women joined brigades expected to intimidate neighbors and repeatedly married jihadists
Doris Dumlao-Abadilla
The Inquirer
, 23 November 2015
Engineer promotes lamps run on saltwater and sustainability as smart economics
Ben Wright
The Telegraph
, 23 November 2015
Risk moves throughout the global system, and some holders of corporate debt are nervous
Kevin Sieff, Sarah Kaplan and Brian Murphy
The Washington Post
, 21 November 2015
French have been assisting Mali government against rebels since 2013
Charles P. Pierce
, 20 November 2015
Freeze assets, stop weapons sales to Gulf States that nurture extremism
Trefor Moss
The Wall Street Journal
, 19 November 2015
Fast settlement of claims could allow Asia Pacific leaders to focus on other pressing issues
, 18 November 2015
G20 members commit to “automatic” exchanges to prevent tax evasion
Larry Hatheway and Alexander Friedman
Project Syndicate
, 18 November 2015
Such a currency may not be feasible, but tools are available to promote financial stability
The Morning Sentinel
, 17 November 2015
Would US governors also shut down all tourism and container trade?
Gideon Rachman
Financial Times
, 16 November 2015
Cosmopolitan cities are both vulnerable and resilient against terror
Anna Lekas Miller
Rolling Stone
, 16 November 2015
Regarding some violence as routine is a threat for global security
Adam Nossiter, Aurelien Breeden and Nicola Clark
The New York Times
, 14 November 2015
Europe and other global powers call for unity, but domestic politics may add challenges
Brendan Simms and Timothy Less
New Statesman
, 14 November 2015
Historical precedents, the breakups of Austria-Hungary and Yugoslavia, suggest that a collapse of the EU is not unthinkable
Robert Litwak and Meg King
, 13 November 2015
Countries could disagree on what constitutes a cyber threat
William Mauldin
The Wall Street Journal
, 13 November 2015
China, the European Union and the United States are among the biggest targets
Jane Perlez
The New York Times
, 12 November 2015
China could offer opportunities for Myanmar’s economic growth