Niall Ferguson rebuts the Keynesian argument that fiscal consolidation has damaged the UK economy.
Robert Skidelsky challenges the view that the Conservatives won because austerity worked.
Yuliya Tymoshenko calls on the European Union to revive its Eastern Partnership initiative, starting with Ukraine.
Anne-Marie Slaughter argues that the US, not China, may have the right strategy for aiding poor countries.
Lee Jong-Wha believes that a greater global role for China’s currency is inevitable and will benefit everyone.
Carl Bildt explains why the EU’s Riga summit must reaffirm the Eastern Partnership initiative.
Shashi Tharoor gives low marks to India’s BJP government after its first year in office.
James Waterworth urges the EU to cut red tape and remove barriers to competition.
Javier Solana calls for a multi-stakeholder approach to creating governance structures for the Internet.
Moza bint Nasser calls on the international community to ensure primary education for all refugee children.
Kemal Derviş says that nationalism risks leaving officials unable to address the causes of popular frustration.
Ian Buruma laments the demise of the post-war social-democratic welfare state.