April 13, 2021
World Affairs
Contrary to what most politicians preach, building peace doesn't require billions in aid or massive international interventions. Real, lasting peace requires giving power to local citizens. Séverine Autesserre discusses her new book.
April 12, 2021
The Guardian
‘Worrisome’ policy decisions could undermine UK leadership and the talks themselves, say senior climate experts. Jeffrey Sachs comments.
April 12, 2021
Washington Post
Survey data suggest it will be hard for Putin to rally support for a direct military intervention, Timothy Frye writes.
April 12, 2021
State of the Planet
If we are successful in modernizing our economy and greening our infrastructure, and if we do this in a way that expands opportunity, then New York City should seamlessly regain its symbolic and actual place in our economy and in our consciousness. Steve Cohen writes.
April 12, 2021
Brussels Morning
As US President Joe Biden’s far-ranging infrastructure bill attracts discussion, the structural issues at the heart of the US Constitution should not go neglected, Lincoln Mitchell argues.
April 11, 2021
The former chief investment officer of Japan's GPIF sidestepped public bemusement and criticism at home, as he sought to turn the GPIF into a fund that tried to “change the world” through its approach to environmental, social and governance investing. Takatoshi Ito comments.
April 10, 2021
Russia is massing troops along Ukraine’s border. Is it a prelude to war? Not likely. Ian Bremmer explains what might happen next.
April 8, 2021
State of the Planet
As the president’s April 22 climate summit draws near, David Sandalow and Kevin Karl outline how the federal action plan could focus on emissions reductions in the food system.
April 7, 2021
CNN Opinion
Lincoln Mitchell writes about Mitch McConnell's warning to CEOs to stay out of politics.​​​​
April 6, 2021
Brussels Morning
Unlike his predecessors, Joe Biden has proved astute in using political power to get his policies passed, writes Lincoln Mitchell.