Dialogue of Democracy: Indian Muslims Visit Israel

A journey shows that a common political system can transcend religious differences
Tufail Ahmad
November 7, 2007

North Korea's Missile Trade Helps Fund Its Nuclear Program

Washington ponders how to choke off its exports
Bertil Lintner
May 5, 2003

Globalization's Challenge to Islam

How to create one Islamic community in a diverse world
Riaz Hassan
April 17, 2003

Globalization With Arab Characteristics

The Arab world must adapt and globalize to placate a young population
Marcus Noland
October 17, 2007

Gale Warning, Global Burden Sharing

Environmental changes will cost the world big – it's time to figure out how to split the bill
Joergen Oerstroem Moeller
October 19, 2007

Disowned by Mentor, Bin Laden Seeks New Pastures

As bin Laden seeks recruits from the marginalized in the West, a Saudi cleric blames him for Muslim suffering
Fawaz A. Gerges
September 19, 2007

What Macroeconomists Are Missing

Political forces that reject fiscal policies on taxation, government spending force central banks to rely on monetary policy
Andrew Sheng
May 25, 2016

Is Globalization Really Fueling Populism?

Voters cannot trust candidates who suggest fixes to global challenges are fast, easy and obvious
Daniel Gros
May 9, 2016

Globalization Is More About Data and Less About Stuff

Over the past decade, growth in cross-border data flows has grown by a factor of 45
Susan Lund, James Manyika and Jacques Bughin
March 18, 2016

How Technology Could Unwind a Decade-Long Trend in Global Trade

Robots and automation will shrink supply chains for emerging economies and increase inequality
Luke Kawa
February 24, 2016

Welcome to the Twenty-First Century

The US cannot and will not resolve all global problems, but no replacement system stands ready
Joschka Fischer
February 5, 2016