A Flat World Gets Bumpy With Globalization in Retreat

World leaders blame open borders for economic woes, trying protectionist controls rather than reducing inequality
David Dapice
March 24, 2016

Choices by US Voters Will Influence the World

The US presidential campaign is dominated by global issues including trade, immigration and terrorism – and voters have mixed feelings
Bruce Stokes
March 17, 2016

The World Is Stuck With Persistent Stagnation

The United States, Europe and China slowly follow Japan’s economy with low growth and stagnation
Stephen Roach
March 3, 2016

However Annoying, Failure to Engage Russia Is Not an Option

A strategic objective in engaging Russia must emphasize the profitability of balanced foreign policy in bridging East and West
Jochen Prantl
February 16, 2016

Warming World Promises More Refugees

Climate change promises disruptions, and nations must develop policies to manage waves of refugees
Richard D. Lamm
January 14, 2016

The US Faces Rival Powers Waging Hybrid Warfare

China and Russia increasingly achieve geopolitical gains, catching the West off-guard, with mix of hybrid tactics
Richard Weitz
January 12, 2016

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China Is the De Facto Leader of Globalization

Xi Jinping is ready to lead policies on shaping globalization and fighting climate change
Nathan Gardels
January 13, 2017

China Groups Take Out Insurance Against Blocking of Foreign Deals

The firms anticipate increasing protectionism
Henry Sender
January 12, 2017

China Launches Freight Train to Britain

The milestone is part of an effort to stimulate the Chinese economy
Louise Moon
January 11, 2017

We Can’t Undo Globalization, But Can Improve It

Job hunters should relocate, and companies could expand export capability
Gary Pinkus, James Manyika and Sree Ramaswamy
January 10, 2017

Obama: Reaching Out to Adversaries, Alienating Allies

Obama’s criticism of allies did not appear to shape values in Israel or the Philippines
Uri Friedman
January 5, 2017

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