Anatole Kaletsky thinks a new policymaking doctrine could be replacing the market fundamentalism that failed in 2007.
James McCormack argues that while fiscal tightening is politically unpopular, it cannot be delayed indefinitely.
Joschka Fischer says that the fight against terror is giving way to an even more violent struggle for hegemony.
Adair Turner argues that a growing share of measured GDP has no impact on gains in human welfare.
Sinan Ülgen says the recent Ankara-Istanbul protest march indicates growing resistance to strongman rule.
Jörg Reinhardt urges public-private cooperation to stay ahead of evolving deadly pathogens.
Bjørn Lomborg urges aid donors to apply more broadly the lessons of one of the best untold development stories.
Thoai Ngo emphasizes the need for more knowledge sharing in efforts to help adolescents reach their potential.
Samantha Williams says that closing Africa's education gap requires greater reliance on grassroots leadership.
Joseph E. Stiglitz counters the US president's argument that efforts to combat global warming are "unfair" to America.
Akinwumi Adesina argues that the key to success is investment in projects that ensure better wastewater management.
Robert Skidelsky considers why the spread of "fake news" has accelerated – and what should be done about it.
Esenam Amuzu laments young Africans' lack of access to contraception and information about reproductive health.