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Collateral Damage

Sorting through the post-September 11 intellectual wreckage.

Property Wrongs

How weak ideas gain strong appeal in the world of development economics.

The Other Evil

The war on terrorism won't succeed without a war on poverty.

The Lone Gunmen

The global war on terrorism faces a new brand of enemy.

Faith-Based Initiatives

Can Islam bring democracy to the Middle East?

The Internet Under Siege

Who owns the Internet? Until recently, nobody. That’s because, although the Internet was "Made in the U.S.A.," its unique design transformed it into a resource for innovation that anyone in the world could use. Today, however, courts and corporations are attempting to wall off portions of cyberspace. In so doing, they are destroying the Internet's potential to foster democracy and economic growth worldwide.

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