The Hidden Global Trade in Patient Medical Data

The goal to global trade in health data is new treatments, but government regulations do not keep pace
Adam Tanner
January 24, 2017

Donald Trump as President: Does It Mark a Rise of Illiberal Globalism?

Threats to international liberal order and democratic nations, both external and internal, shape new forms of globalization
Amitav Acharya
January 22, 2017

US Dollar Reigns Supreme for Developing World, But Not For Long

The developing world fails to enact structural reforms, cannot borrow in their currencies, and depends on the US dollar
Will Hickey
January 17, 2017

Melting of Arctic Ice Opening Up New Routes to Asia

Christoph Seidler, Gerald Traufetter
October 4, 2014

Alaska Airport Is a Big Link for the Global Supply Chain

The subarctic airport in Anchorage airport is a natural place for refueling and ranks fourth in world for air cargo
Will Swagel
January 5, 2017

Human Smuggling: Ruthless Crime or Invaluable Service?

The most desperate migrants seek help from smugglers and attract global sympathy – a dilemma for governments
Joseph Chamie
December 22, 2016

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