Yanis Varoufakis proposes a simulated federation as an alternative to the unrealistic federation-lite now on offer.
Stephen S. Roach thinks the latest inflation data should serve as a wake-up call to advanced-economy policymakers.
Chris Patten doubts that the "one country, two systems" model, flawed from the start, will survive.
Ana Palacio sees reason to hope that a breakthrough in the territorial dispute may be on the horizon.
Martin Feldstein sees mixed results in the Trump administration's focus on individual countries.
Lucy P. Marcus takes the company's board members and investors to task for enabling its ex-CEO's damaging behavior.
Dominique Moisi believes that mounting pessimism in Britain gives France and Germany a new chance to lead the EU.
Sławomir Sierakowski condemns Prime Minister Beata Szydło’s abuse of the Holocaust to justify barring asylum-seekers.
Dinesh Mondal describes life-saving research that is being jeopardized by reductions in global health aid.
Pia Riggirozzi points out how the virus has exacerbated inequalities that disproportionately affect poor women.
Elias Bou Saab calls on world leaders to fulfill past commitments to provide funding and support for education.
Gordon Brown describes investment in schools as the best way to ensure long-term peace once fighting stops.
Adair Turner offers three reasons why technology alone can't bring about a low-carbon economy.
Nadeem ul Haque says that institutional reform is the only way to address the country's chronic power shortages.
Steven Rosenbaum highlights the leading role that sites such as Reddit play as conduits for misinformation online.
Jan-Werner Mueller shines a light on mainstream conservatives' role in the victory of Brexit and Donald Trump.