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Member Spotlight

When people are fundamentally healthy, they do not yet know what will cause their death. An economic recovery is healthy if it is not clear what will cause the next recession.

With the demise of US leadership on climate change, China enters this week’s Conference of the Parties to the Paris climate agreement poised to take the mantle as the world’s leader on energy and climate change.

If the world never had to hear about Africa again, would anyone care? Setting aside Africa’s cultural contributions, I suspect that for many people the honest answer is “no.”

Ten years ago, in my book Dead Aid, I highlighted how a narrative backed by international aid policy cemented Africa’s status as the world’s problem child, rather than one destined for greatness.

News from Around the World

Tue, Jan 15, 2019 - The New York Times

For Britain, the big vote is finally here.

Mon, Jan 14, 2019 - The Wall Street Journal

Tepid global economic data has triggered a razor-sharp focus among investors on corporate guidance.

Fri, Jan 11, 2019 - The Wall Street Journal

The partial government shutdown could cause the longest stretch of continuous job growth recorded in the U.S. to come to an end this month.