Tuesday, July 25, 2017
  1. Economics

    Deciphering China’s Economic Resilience

    Stephen S. Roach

    Deciphering China’s Economic Resilience


     explains why forecasters continue to predict the worst, only to be proven wrong time and again.

    Shanghai shopping road Matteo Colombo/Getty Images
    International economic forecasters find it difficult to resist superimposing the experience of crisis-prone developed economies onto China. But, once again, the Chinese economy has defied the pessimists: after decelerating for six consecutive years, real GDP growth appears to be inching up in 2017. READ MORE
  2. Politics

    A Cross-Party Way Forward on Brexit

    Richard S. Grossman

    A Cross-Party Way Forward on Brexit


     suggests that the more sensible wings of the UK's major political parties forge a unity government.

    Ken Clarke Paul Gilham/Getty Images
    With Brexit looming, the UK needs an experienced leader who can dispense with tribal politics and bring together sensible Tories, Labourites, and Liberal Democrats to map out the country's future. As a respected former chancellor of the exchequer, Father of the House Kenneth Clarke is the man for the job. READ MORE
  3. World Affairs

    Ten Lessons from North Korea’s Nuclear Program

    Richard N. Haass
  4. World Affairs

    Venezuela’s Freedom Fighters

    Miguel Rodriguez Mendoza
    World Affairs

    Venezuela’s Freedom Fighters

     warns that the government's planned constituent assembly election could aggravate civil disorder.

    Venezuela protest Ronaldo Schemidt/Getty Images
    When President Nicolás Maduro announced plans to elect a constituent assembly to rewrite Venezuela’s constitution, he presented the July 30 vote as a means to restore public confidence in his government. But as the vote nears, and with protests being met by mounting violence, holding the sham election would only make matters worse. READ MORE
  5. Politics

    Why Obamacare Survived

    Jeffrey Frankel


Riding in Cabs with Joseph Nye

Joseph S. Nye discusses great power politics with PS’s Mark Leonard, the director of the European Council on Foreign Relations

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