Daniel Gros calls on Angela Merkel's government to face up to the economy's anemic performance.
Stephen S. Roach explores the reasoning behind China's recent interest-rate cut.
Dominique Moisi believes that Europe and Russia can reconcile, but only if the EU starts playing its cards right.
Gareth Evans shows how November's trifecta of global confabs vindicated multilateral summitry.
Simon Johnson says that the New York Fed's close ties to Wall Street have made governance reform inevitable.
Mark Roe on the potential – and pitfalls – of people-focused banking regulation.
Andrés Velasco acknowledges the country's lingering challenges, but also hails its important achievements.
Norman Manea celebrates the victory of Klaus Werner Iohannis in Romania's presidential election.
Bjørn Lomborg proposes cost-effective solutions to the world's demographic problems.
Peter Singer asks whether subjects in clinical trials should be given placebos.
Lucy P. Marcus wonders why people give up their most personal information to complete strangers.
Gordon Brown calls for the establishment of an International Children's Court.
Joaquim Chissano homes in on the key to sustainable and inclusive growth.
Alex Soros urges Peru's government to curb deforestation by upholding indigenous people's land rights.
Jeffrey Frankel proposes a formula to determine whether countries are doing enough.
Chris Patten provides an argument with teeth about the sources of human happiness.
Jacques Le Houezec wants governments and health authorities to recognize the lifesaving potential of e-cigarettes.