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  1. Sarah C. Haan

    Sarah C. Haan

    Writing for PS since 2021
    1 Commentary

    Sarah C. Haan is Professor of Corporate Law at Washington and Lee University School of Law.

  2. Jörg Haas

    Jörg Haas

    Writing for PS since 2017
    5 Commentaries

    Jörg Haas is Head of International Politics at the Heinrich Böll Foundation.

  3. Richard Haass

    Richard Haass

    Writing for PS since 2000
    166 Commentaries

    Richard Haass, President Emeritus of the Council on Foreign Relations and a senior counselor at Centerview Partners, previously served as Director of Policy Planning for the US State Department (2001-03), and was President George W. Bush's special envoy to Northern Ireland and Coordinator for the Future of Afghanistan. He is the author of The Bill of Obligations: The Ten Habits of Good Citizens (Penguin Press, 2023) and the weekly Substack newsletter Home & Away.

  4. Pekka Haavisto

    Pekka Haavisto

    Writing for PS since 2023
    1 Commentary

    Pekka Haavisto served as Finland’s Minister for Foreign Affairs from 2019 to 2023, overseeing the country’s entry into NATO.

  5. Muhammad Habash

    Writing for PS since 2005
    2 Commentaries

    Muhammad Habash, a member of the Syrian Parliament, is director of the Islamic Studies Center in Damascus.

  6. Robert Habeck

    Robert Habeck

    Writing for PS since 2019
    2 Commentaries

    Robert Habeck is Germany's Vice Chancellor and Minister for Economic Affairs and Climate Protection.

  7. Raphaël Hadas-Lebel

    Raphaël Hadas-Lebel

    Writing for PS since 2005
    18 Commentaries

    Raphaël Hadas-Lebel, author of Hundred and One Words about the French Democracy, is a former president of the Conseil d'État (State Council) Social Section and chaired the Conseil d’orientation des retraites (Pensions Advisory Council) from 2006 to 2015.

  8. Lawrence Haddad

    Lawrence Haddad

    Writing for PS since 2016
    1 Commentary

    Lawrence Haddad is the lead author of the upcoming 2016 Global Nutrition Report.

  9. Nasser Hadian

    Nasser Hadian

    Writing for PS since 2003
    1 Commentary

    Nasser Hadian teaches Political Science at Tehran University.

  10. Sean Hagan

    Sean Hagan

    1 Commentary

    Sean Hagan, a former general counsel of the International Monetary Fund, is Visiting Professor of Law at Georgetown University Law Center and a non-resident senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics.

  11. Thomas Hager

    Thomas Hager

    Writing for PS since 2009
    1 Commentary

    Thomas Hager is author of The Alchemy of Air, a history of the Haber-Bosch discovery.

  12. Jamal Ibrahim Haidar

    Jamal Ibrahim Haidar

    Writing for PS since 2022
    1 Commentary

    Jamal Ibrahim Haidar is a research associate at the Middle East Initiative at Harvard University.

  13. Bandar M. H. Hajjar

    Bandar M. H. Hajjar

    Writing for PS since 2017
    1 Commentary

    Bandar M. H. Hajjar is President of the Islamic Development Bank.

  14. Ouafa Hajji

    Ouafa Hajji

    Writing for PS since 2013
    1 Commentary

    Ouafa Hajji is President of Socialist International Women.

  15. Hassan Hakimian

    Hassan Hakimian

    Writing for PS since 2016
    6 Commentaries

    Hassan Hakimian, Director of the London Middle East Institute and Reader in Economics at SOAS, University of London, is a co-editor of Iran and the Global Economy: Petro Populism, Islam and Economic Sanctions.

  1. jlevy3_MANDEL NGANAFP via Getty Images_imfworldbankmeetings Mandel Ngan/AFP via Getty Images

    The Bretton Woods Institutions We Need

    Joaquim Levy, et al. explain how the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank can rise to current global challenges.
  2. gill6_NIPAH DENNISAFP via Getty Images_poverty NIPAH DENNIS/AFP via Getty Images

    The World Cannot Afford to Ignore the Poorest Countries

    Indermit Gill & M. Ayhan Kose warn that a growing gap between the world’s haves and have-nots will undercut global goals.
  3. summers14_TONY KARUMBAAFP via Getty Images_sudanfamine Tony Karumba/AFP via Getty Images

    The World Is Still on Fire

    Lawrence H. Summers & N.K. Singh

    For the last several years, world leaders have made big promises and laid out bold plans to mitigate the climate crisis and help the neediest countries adapt. At this year's World Bank/IMF Spring Meetings, they must demonstrate that they can fulfill these promises, rather than simply touting new ones.

    think policymakers need to get four things right to shore up the credibility of the international system.
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    Israel Must End the Gaza War

    Dennis Ross

    With the exception of the extreme right, no one in Israel wants to be stuck in Gaza, responsible for 2.4 million Palestinians, and facing a likely insurgency. Israel can end this war soon and save those hostages who are still alive, having demilitarized Gaza and set the stage for an alternative to Hamas.

    thinks the only strategic objective that matters is close – or close enough – to being met.
  5. prasad24_Michael M. SantiagoGetty Images_nyse Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images

    A Weak, Uneven Global Recovery

    Eswar Prasad & Caroline Smiltneks explain why domestic political divisions and inflationary pressures jeopardize current market optimism.
  6. singer230_View PicturesPeter CookUniversal Images Group via Getty Images_cambridge View Pictures/Peter Cook/Universal Images Group via Getty Images

    Will Cambridge Support Free Speech?

    Peter Singer examines the university’s ongoing case against Nathan Cofnas, a research fellow who advocates “race realism.”
  7. bp china economy1 CFOTO/Future Publishing via Getty Images

    Can China Get Out of Its Rut?

    China’s authorities have powerful economic-policy levers at their disposal to achieve their 5% growth target this year and put the economy on a more sustainable long-term growth path. But several trends – from the shift toward state capitalism to population aging to the loss of goodwill between Chinese and Americans – could thwart China’s ambition to join the ranks of high-income countries by mid-century.

  8. roach164_PEDRO PARDOPEDRO PARDOPOOLAFP via Getty Images_china development forum PEDRO PARDO/POOL/AFP via Getty Images

    China Stifles Its Own Debate

    Stephen S. Roach bemoans the transformation of the country’s most important platform for open dialogue into a schmooze-fest.
  9. pdoyle1_ISSOUF SANOGOAFP via Getty Images_cfa franc ISSOUF SANOGO/AFP via Getty Images

    Leaving Africa’s Colonial-Era Currency Will Be Hard, But May Be Wise

    Peter Doyle considers how exiting the CFA franc zone could benefit Burkina Faso, Mali, and Niger, despite the challenges.

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