Dambisa Moyo on economic innovation

Bleakonomics

An Interview with Dambisa Moyo

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The renowned economist outlines the biggest risks facing our most cherished political institutions.

  Bret Stephens on gun control after Parkland

Amending the Second

An Interview with Bret Stephens

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We spoke with the Pulitzer-winning New York Times columnist about the way forward after Parkland.

  Benn Steil on the Marshall Plan and Donald Trump

Grandest Strategy

An Interview with Benn Steill

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The Marshall Plan was essential for the creation of the E.U., and its success contains lessons modern politicians need to learn.

  Fran Townsend on intelligence, cyber threats, and transparency

Human Intelligence

An Interview with Fran Townsend

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A national security insider on whether our intelligence agencies have learned from their mistakes in Iraq and elsewhere.

  Marci Shore on Ukraine and revolution in real time

Blood on the Streets

An Interview with Marci Shore

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The events in Ukraine in the spring of 2014 provided a rare glimpse to the world of a European revolution as it happened.

New World Order

Richard Schifter on how to solve the U.N. paradox

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A veteran diplomat's ideas on what we can do to change the anti-U.S. culture at the U.N.

Breach of Trust

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The companies that form the pillars of the digital economy have come under real political scrutiny in recent years for alleged unfair practices.

Original Sin

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Corruption: it’s everywhere. An excellent new history of the subject helps explain why.

  Sharansky Featured

Freedom Fighter

An Interview with Natan Sharansky

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The legendary human rights activist explains the failure of communal memory on the question of communism and what he sees ahead for Russia and the world.

  Economy Featured

Life of the Party

An Interview with Elizabeth Economy

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Xi Jinping has cemented himself as a leader at home and abroad. We spoke with a leading China expert about what to expect from his ambitious plans.