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Leadership & Motivation

  • The Year of Resilience

    NEW YORK – Ten years ago this month, representatives from 168 United Nations member states met in Kobe, the capital…

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  • What Are We Betting On?

    LAGUNA BEACH – When I consider the prospects for the global economy and markets, I am taken aback by the…

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  • The Adaptation Imperative

    NAIROBI – In the run-up to the recent United Nations meeting on climate change in Lima, Peru, much of the…

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  • Israel’s Terrorist Aid

    NEW YORK – The decision by Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s government to demolish the family home of Abdelrahman al-Shaludi,…

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  • Will Cuba Rejoin the IMF?

    SANIBEL – The restoration of diplomatic relations between Cuba and the United States unlocks new prospects for the island’s economy.…

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  • Closing India’s Technology Gap

    MUMBAI – It is a notable irony that India, which produces solutions to many of the knottiest information-technology problems faced…

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  • Do Economic Sanctions Work?

    CAMBRIDGE – With Western economic sanctions against Russia, Iran, and Cuba in the news, it is a good time to…

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  • Mexico is Burning

    By Jorge G. Castañeda MEXICO CITY – The last time Mexico experienced a political crisis more serious than the one…

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  • Try Everything

    By J. Bradford DeLong BERKELEY – When it became clear in late 2008 that the global economy was headed toward…

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  • Not So Splendid Isolation

    By Dominique Moisi  PARIS – At the end of the nineteenth century, the British Empire pursued a policy of what…

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