Edward N. Wolff refutes Thomas Piketty's argument that wealth transfers exacerbate inequality.
Jeffrey Frankel suggests that the true US current-account balance could be a surplus.
Brahma Chellaney is worried that a tiny country that was once a gadfly has transformed itself into a rogue elephant.
Michael Young warns of sectarian conflict spreading to Lebanon, fueled by a worsening economy.
Howard Davies assesses the performance of the Financial Stability Board after five years.
Bjørn Lomborg explains why the post-2015 development agenda should focus on curbing illicit financial flows.
Wong Chin-Huat outlines the Chinese government's three options for confronting the ongoing protests in Hong Kong.
Abdul Tejan-Cole calls for an open-source approach to developing and deploying treatments and vaccines.
Gordon Brown frames the abduction of Nigeria's schoolgirls as a call to arms in a battle for civil rights.
Lee Jong-Wha shows why improving academic access and quality should be a top priority for world leaders.
Marina Lou shines a light on the coal industry's corrupting influence.
Simon Zadek explores the potential of self-interest to spur action on climate change.
Blaise Cronin criticizes the focus on citation data in assessing scholars' productivity and impact.