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  1. Brahma Chellaney

    Brahma Chellaney

    Writing for PS since 2009
    175 Commentaries

    Brahma Chellaney, Professor Emeritus of Strategic Studies at the New Delhi-based Center for Policy Research and Fellow at the Robert Bosch Academy in Berlin, is the author of nine books, including Water: Asia’s New Battleground (Georgetown University Press, 2011), for which he won the 2012 Asia Society Bernard Schwartz Book Award.

  2. Jorge G. Castañeda

    Jorge G. Castañeda

    Writing for PS since 2004
    87 Commentaries

    Jorge G. Castañeda, a former foreign minister of Mexico, is a professor at New York University and the author of America Through Foreign Eyes (Oxford University Press, 2020).

  3. Diane Coyle

    Diane Coyle

    Writing for PS since 2017
    38 Commentaries

    Diane Coyle, Professor of Public Policy at the University of Cambridge, is the author, most recently, of Cogs and Monsters: What Economics Is, and What It Should Be (Princeton University Press, 2021).

  4. Edoardo Campanella

    Edoardo Campanella

    Writing for PS since 2010
    38 Commentaries

    Edoardo Campanella, Senior Fellow at the Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government at the Harvard Kennedy School, is co-author (with Marta Dassù) of Anglo Nostalgia: The Politics of Emotion in a Fractured West (Oxford University Press, 2019).

  5. Otaviano Canuto

    Otaviano Canuto

    Writing for PS since 2011
    20 Commentaries

    Otaviano Canuto is a former vice president and executive director of the World Bank, executive director of the International Monetary Fund, vice president of the Inter-American Development Bank, and vice minister of finance of Brazil. He is a non-resident senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and a senior fellow at the Policy Center for the New South.

  6. Helen Clark

    Helen Clark

    Writing for PS since 2011
    18 Commentaries

    Helen Clark is a former prime minister of New Zealand and former administrator of the United Nations Development Programme.

  7. Mauricio Cárdenas

    Mauricio Cárdenas

    Writing for PS since 2010
    16 Commentaries

    Mauricio Cárdenas, a former finance minister of Colombia, is Visiting Senior Research Scholar at Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy.

  8. Benjamin J. Cohen

    Benjamin J. Cohen

    Writing for PS since 2015
    15 Commentaries

    Benjamin J. Cohen, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of International Political Economy at the University of California, Santa Barbara, is the author of Currency Statecraft: Monetary Rivalry and Geopolitical Ambition.

  9. Andrei Cornea

    Andrei Cornea

    Writing for PS since 1997
    13 Commentaries

    Andrei Cornea is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Bucharest and a leading Romanian essayist.

  10. John H. Cochrane

    John H. Cochrane

    Writing for PS since 2021
    11 Commentaries

    John H. Cochrane is a senior fellow of the Hoover Institution, an adjunct scholar at the CATO Institute, and the author of The Fiscal Theory of the Price Level (Princeton University Press 2023). He maintains the Grumpy Economist blog.

  11. Brahima Coulibaly

    Brahima Coulibaly

    Writing for PS since 2017
    9 Commentaries

    Brahima Coulibaly is Vice President and Director of the Global Economy and Development Program at the Brookings Institution.

  12. Caroline Conroy

    Caroline Conroy

    Writing for PS since 2017
    7 Commentaries

    Caroline Conroy is a senior research analyst at the Brookings Institution.

  13. Daniel Cohen

    Daniel Cohen

    Writing for PS since 2003
    7 Commentaries

    Daniel Cohen, Co-Founder and Chair of the Finance for Development Lab, is President of the Paris School of Economics and the author, most recently, of The Inglorious Years: The Collapse of the Industrial Order and the Rise of Digital Society (Princeton University Press, 2021).

  14. Mark Cliffe

    Mark Cliffe

    Writing for PS since 2018
    7 Commentaries

    Mark Cliffe is Visiting Professor at the London Institute of Banking and Finance.

  15. Arnold Cassola

    Arnold Cassola

    Writing for PS since 2009
    7 Commentaries

    Arnold Cassola is former Secretary-General of the European Green Party and a former member of the Italian Parliament.

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    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.
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    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.
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    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.
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    A Weak, Uneven Global Recovery

    Eswar Prasad & Caroline Smiltneks explain why domestic political divisions and inflationary pressures jeopardize current market optimism.
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    Will Cambridge Support Free Speech?

    Peter Singer examines the university’s ongoing case against Nathan Cofnas, a research fellow who advocates “race realism.”
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    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.

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    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.
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    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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