Susan Froetschel, August 29, 2017

Sand is indispensable for construction, roads and oil recovery – even as nations try to protect coasts and supplies

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Joergen Oerstroem Moeller, August 22, 2017

Leaders struggle to enact foreign policy as citizens unite around values and form alliances with likeminded people overseas

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Adam Tanner, January 24, 2017

The goal to global trade in health data is new treatments, but government regulations do not keep pace

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Farok J. Contractor, February 28, 2017

Efficient production lines, millions of jobs and affordable consumer products of all types depend on stable US-Chinese relations

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Louis René Beres, March 2, 2017

Developed nations have specific operational vulnerabilities and much to lose – the US president needs to understand the meaning of victory and defeat

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Branko Milanovic, November 29, 2016

Populists blame Asia’s high growth rates for economic woes rather than policies that reinforce inequality at home

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Susan Froetschel, October 11, 2016

With growing global population and urbanization comes more waste; governments, companies hunt for sustainable solutions

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Joseph Chamie, November 1, 2016

Africa, by far the world’s most rapidly growing region, must aim for population stabilization to ensure peace

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Joseph Chamie, June 30, 2016

Median age gaps of 10 years and more between sending and receiving nations add to migration pressures

Farok J. Contractor, June 28, 2016

More truth-telling is needed in a complex world where the disgruntled try to cherry-pick among regulations, globalization