Michael Heise defends the effectiveness of resolute fiscal consolidation in the face of severe recession.
Angelien Kemna urges authorities to assess the regulatory environment’s adverse effects on capital allocation.
Jeffrey D. Sachs urges leaders on both sides to marginalize hardline opponents of the framework nuclear agreement.
David Tolbert argues that Turkey's denial of the atrocities of 1915 is undermining its own interests.
Jeffrey Frankel laments the widespread view that China's gain must mean America's loss.
Robert Skidelsky argues that what people believe about a policy usually has no effect on whether it succeeds.
Bernard-Henri Lévy assesses the US presidential candidate's character, values, and ambition.
Alpha Condé , ET AL call for international support for their three countries' economic recovery.
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.
Gordon Brown observes the anniversary of the abduction of 276 Nigerian schoolgirls with a call to action.
Stavros N. Yiannouka highlights the heavy investment in education that remains a key part of Lee Kuan Yew's legacy.
Johan Rockström lays out the eight essential components of a successful global climate deal.
Anita George forecasts perfect conditions for developing countries' transition to renewable sources of power.
Dominique Moisi watches today's popular television shows and finds societies' deepest anxieties and longings.
Shashi Tharoor worries that Salafist fundamentalism is corroding the country's secular culture and politics.