Yanis Varoufakis argues that the turn toward negative interest rates reveals the limits of technocratic policymaking.
Joseph E. Stiglitz warns the eurozone against trapping its members in an untenable marriage.
Sami Mahroum thinks a cartel for labor exporters would bring order to an industry often mired in controversy.
Kemal Derviş takes issue with those who advocate greater reliance on national decision-making.
Lucy P. Marcus calls out the Games' governing body for its many FIFA-like characteristics.
Yuriko Koike promises that, on her watch, the city will prevent waste and corruption in planning the 2020 Games.
Javier Solana calls on national leaders to address the economic grievances fueling support for populism.
Anatole Kaletsky worries that EU leaders will ignore Europe's rising tide of national democracy.
Carl Manlan says the continent should address job creation the way it has faced HIV/AIDS – with reliable data.
Ali H. Mokdad emphasizes the importance of vital statistics to improving the health of tomorrow's leaders.
Joseph S. Nye lauds recent moves toward a multi-stakeholder approach to the global governance of cyberspace.
Edoardo Campanella warns that the push for universal access to university risks misallocating the country's talents.
Kevin Watkins demands that world leaders fulfill their pledge to get refugee kids in school.
Mark Malloch Brown argues that lending to small businesses in poor areas can mitigate the impact of global warming.
Paul Hofheinz says Europe can improve energy efficiency by 70% with technologies that are already available.
Shashi Tharoor condemns surging violence against Dalits and Muslims.
Peter Sutherland refutes the misleading claims that have come to dominate developed countries' immigration debates.