In the News

Javier Solana and Strobe Talbott
The New York Times
, 25 October 2016
Cooperation, needed more than ever before, is eroding
Elizabeth Greenspan
The New Yorker
, 25 October 2016
Climate change, big data and informality shape cities
BBC News
, 24 October 2016
Concern about trade deals, lost jobs, lower wages, arbitration rules and corporate power
Shadi Hamid
The Atlantic
, 24 October 2016
Restraint in foreign intervention does not lead to safer world
David Francis
Foreign Affairs
, 21 October 2016
London’s bankers may give up on Europe altogether
Matt Bradley
NBC News
, 21 October 2016
Governance challenges won't vanish with the Islamic State's defeat
ParisTech Review
, 20 October 2016
Early entrants in this market will set the rules
Valentina Pop
The Wall Street Journal
, 19 October 2016
Europe could expect losses in trade and travel
Mark Hosenball
, 19 October 2016
The host country continues to give political asylum to founder of rogue internet group
Fred Weir
The Christian Science Monitor
, 18 October 2016
Geopolitics of pipelines are shaking up Europe
Laura Kasinof
, 18 October 2016
The United Nations has announced a 72-hour ceasefire
Ellen Barry and Coral Davenport
The New York Times
, 17 October 2016
India and other poor nations must end use of low-cost air conditioners that rely on HFCs by 2028
Adam Withnall
The Independent
, 17 October 2016
G20 expects Africa to ease migration pressures and back off from using force against protesters
David Brunnstrom
, 14 October 2016
Since 1946, the king supported strong US-Thai relations
Jay Ogilvy
, 14 October 2016
Nations must put the brakes on globalization – or risk more anger between haves and have-nots
The Economist
, 13 October 2016
The ruling military junta works on buffing the royal family’s image
Riham Alkousaa, Benjamin Bidder, Christian Neef, Maximilian Popp, Gordon Repinski, Christoph Reuter, Mathieu von Rohr, Samiha Shafy and Holger Stark
Spiegel Online
, 12 October 2016
Syria is out of control, yet no major player supports partition
Kamal Ahmed
BBC News
, 12 October 2016
Globalization imposes uneven effects, and social supports are needed
Gideon Rachman
Financial Times
, 11 October 2016
US presidential election, on display for the globe, shakes confidence in democracy's power
Nayan Chanda
, 10 October 2016
Russia and China root for the disengaged candidate who rejects integration