Chris Patten argues that Chinese leaders’ characterization of liberal democracy as decadent betrays their fear of it.
R. James Breiding thinks the United States could learn a valuable lesson from a policy Switzerland put in place in 2003.
On May 14, 2023, the European Jewish Association held its annual conference in Porto, Portugal, where it adopted a resolution ...
Kenneth Rogoff sees little reason to believe the latest last-minute deal will be anything more than a short-lived truce.
Robert Skidelsky worries that even elected governments will appropriate emerging technologies in the name of national ...
Nancy Qian warns that diminishing opportunities for new graduates will have profound long-run macroeconomic implications.
Raghuram G. Rajan shows why monetary policymakers must bear some of the blame for the latest banking-sector turmoil.
Afghanistan and Pakistan are sinking deeper into disarray, and the United States bears a significant share of the blame. As ...
Stephen S. Roach thinks the country is poorly positioned to capitalize on recent advances with large language models.
Richard Haass reflects on the country's remarkable achievements, as well as its unsolved problems and new challenges.
Joann de Zegher explains why transaction-level records are crucial to curbing the destruction of the world’s forests.
Samir Saran explain why appropriate regulation of artificial intelligence requires multiple international agreements.