Kemal Derviş thinks that national policies affecting the exchange rate are best left to the IMF and the G-20.
Anders Åslund calls for more support for the Kyiv government's reform efforts.
Brahma Chellaney exposes the fatal flaws in the US administration's policy toward Afghanistan.
Howard Davies calls attention to the problems caused by the global financial system's new legal uncertainties.
Joseph E. Stiglitz hails the launch of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank and asks why the US opposed it.
Dani Rodrik asks why the liberal intelligentsia and many foreign observers supported political show trials.
Anuradha Gupta warns that deaths from cervical cancer are poised to outstrip those caused by childbirth.
Alberto Heimler uses the example of Uber to show how European regulatory structures can stifle innovation.
Luis Alberto Moreno proposes four ways the region can boost its resilience to the next wave of automation.
Stavros N. Yiannouka highlights the heavy investment in education that remains a key part of Lee Kuan Yew's legacy.
Gordon Brown calls on the UN to adopt tough measures to ensure education in conflict zones.
Anita George forecasts perfect conditions for developing countries' transition to renewable sources of power.
Monica Araya urges governments to listen to their citizens when crafting environmental policy.
Shashi Tharoor worries that Salafist fundamentalism is corroding the country's secular culture and politics.
Lee Jong-Wha believes that upward mobility remains the key to the region's economic and political development.