Is This the End of Globalization?
The world was already breaking apart. The coronavirus pandemic accelerates the trend.
A Most Lonely Union
The EU is a creature of multilateralism. Can it survive in a deglobalized world?
How to Save Global Capitalism From Itself
Decentralizing decision-making can help left-behind regions get back on track.
The Ugly End of Chimerica
The coronavirus pandemic has turned a conscious uncoupling into a messy breakup.
Britain’s Post-Brexit Identity Crisis
Boris Johnson has contradictory ideas for his country’s future—and no clear paths for getting there.
How the World Will Look After the Coronavirus Pandemic
The pandemic will change the world forever. We asked 12 leading global thinkers for their predictions.
The Realist’s Guide to the Coronavirus Outbreak
Globalization is heading for the ICU, and other foreign-policy insights into the nature of the growing international crisis.
Davos Has Learned to Fake Populism
The world’s most powerful economic elites are using anti-globalist rhetoric to help turbocharge globalization—and enrich themselves.
Globalization’s Government Turns 10
For a decade, the G-20 has provided the nondemocratic oversight the global economy deserves.
Then They Came for the Lawyers
Technology has already driven blue-collar workers into the underclass. Professionals may be next.
First They Came for the Immigrants. Then They Came for the Robots.
Politicians must prepare voters for automation; otherwise, opportunistic populists will seize the agenda.
David Cameron Didn’t Just Sell Out to China
China’s global economic ambitions require help, and it’s entirely appropriate for the United Kingdom to offer it.
Three Cheers for Globalism!
An unabashed defense of the Trump administration’s favorite object of ire.
Are We on the Verge of a Full-On Trade War With China?
China was once a cheerleader for Trump. But now that the president is singing a different tune, that could quickly change.
Europe Is the West’s Last Defense Against Populism
A sizable bloc of voters across Western democracies sense that they are on the losing end of globalization – and want to defect from it.
Davos Man Has No Clothes
The World Economic Forum’s annual celebration of global capitalism once represented the inevitable arc of human progress. No longer.
It’s the End of the World as We Know It
Richard Haass, the president of the Council on Foreign Relations, discusses the fragility of international order and his latest book, “A World in Disarray.”
Why We Should Remain Optimistic in 2017
New York Times’ columnist Thomas Friedman argues that despite all the disruptions in today’s world, we should instead look to opportunity and growth, and stay positive.
It’s the Globalization, Stupid
Don’t blame low working-class wages or the financial crisis for the populist wave that produced Trump and Brexit. The data show the tide started decades ago.