A close reading of the philosophical career, and influence, of France’s most ridiculed public intellectual.
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The country says it wants to pivot from hard power to economic power, but its economy begs to differ.
Beijing is making moves to ensure regional dominance in Southeast Asia and oil supplies from the Middle East. It could be shooting itself in the foot.
Knowledge-sector jobs are heading to Eastern Europe, and the consequences could remake the EU.
The U.S. treasury secretary and the Italian prime minister have spent decades shaping this economy. But can they control what comes next?
The Caesar Act isn’t hurting Assad; it’s harming civilians.
The Suez Canal blockade is a reminder that sea freight still keeps the global economy running—and leaders and consumers ignore it at their peril.
Don’t listen to the activists. Millions of Indian farmers will benefit from Modi’s new laws.