2020 Oct 25
What would it take for a global totalitarian government to rise to power indefinitely? This nightmare scenario may be closer than first appears.
With America heading for one of the most fraught and potentially disastrous presidential elections in its history, it is difficult to see how such a deeply polarized ...
Who Are the Would Players?
2020 Oct 22
Getting the Recovery Right
There are also deepening social and economic crises. The pandemic has battered national economies, exacerbated many forms of inequality, and sown distrust and social unrest around the world...
2020 Oct 21
For too long, and on too many issues, policymakers have left the governance of technology in the hands of those who design it. Governments face three imperatives...
Access to health services in Morocco has been significantly enhanced as a result of the expansion of health insurance coverage and the establishment of a system for providing subsidized care...
2020 Oct 20
Already a global leader in 5G infrastructure, China is investing heavily in a broader range of advanced technologies and seeking to introduce them globally as a means of achieving even...
Capitalism is in crisis. The pandemic could change it forever, in favor of workers and those in greatest need.
2020 Oct 19
The pandemic made a global economic slowdown much worse. Maybe its time to rethink a system based on endless growth.
Scottish advocates of leaving the United Kingdom need a plan for a new currency and an independent central bank...
Skewed public-private relationships, like pharmaceutical companies getting millions from taxpayers then overcharging for drugs, are just one part of the problem.
2020 Oct 18
If Japans new prime minister, Yoshihide Suga, wants to emerge from the shadow cast by his predecessor, he will need to devise a compelling message
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When history becomes worth fighting over, it begins to exist. And, crucially, the fight is now occurring in the mainstream of American media, politics, and culture
2020 Oct 02
The death of the Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, Ruth Bader Ginsberg, last week is more than another fight over nominating and approving a new Supreme Court...
2020 Oct 01