Sunday, June 25, 2017
  1. Business & Finance

    The Underside of Uber

    Lucy P. Marcus
    Business & Finance

    The Underside of Uber


     takes the company's board members and investors to task for enabling its ex-CEO's damaging behavior.

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    While the car-hailing app Uber’s board members and investors have received an outpouring of praise in recent days for forcing CEO Travis Kalanick to resign, they don’t deserve it. On the contrary, while Kalanick did indeed need to go, the move was long overdue – and it was delayed for all the wrong reasons. READ MORE
  2. World Affairs

    Revisiting the Global Order

    Javier Solana
  3. Business & Finance

    An IMF Bridge to Somewhere for Greece?

    Mohamed A. El-Erian
    Business & Finance

    An IMF Bridge to Somewhere for Greece?


     says a compromise to prevent a default next month will work only if debt forgiveness follows.

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    The IMF has resurrected an old technique – commonly used in the 1980s during the Latin American debt crisis – that will allow Greece to avoid a payment default next month on debt owed to European creditors. But the Fund’s elegant compromise still leaves Greece under the shadow of an enormous debt overhang. READ MORE
  4. Business & Finance

    Trump’s Sugar Swamp

    Jeffrey Frankel
    Business & Finance

    Trump’s Sugar Swamp


     condemns the US government's protection of a highly damaging domestic industry.

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    As the US, Mexico, and Canada prepare to renegotiate NAFTA, much attention is being devoted to sugar. Indeed, the negotiations will probably produce a sweet deal for the US sugar industry, highlighting the emptiness of Donald Trump’s promise to reduce the influence of special interests over US policy. READ MORE
  5. Culture & Society

    Reinventing the French People

    Bernard-Henri Lévy


PS On Air: Joseph Nye on Trump and the Liberal World Order

Joseph S. Nye discusses Donald Trump’s impact on international affairs with Mark Leonard, director of the ECFR.

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