January 19, 2016
This is the fourth blog post in this series. The previous three were published in February, July, and October 2015, and highlight earlier academic findings. Cullen S. Hendriz, “A House Divided: Thr…
January 19, 2016Chile
Julie Katzman and Daryl Collins joined presider Rachel Vogelstein to address the importance of inclusive finance.
May 1, 2015Defense and Security
Japan and South Korea are Western-style democracies with open-market economies committed to the rule of law. They are also U.S. allies. Yet despite their shared interests, shared values, and geographic proximity, divergent national identities have driven a wedge between them. Drawing on decades of expertise, Scott A. Snyder and Brad Glosserman investigate the roots of this split and its ongoing threat to the region and the world.
June 14, 2013Political Transitions
Alastair Iain Johnston, "How New and Assertive Is China’s New Assertiveness?" International Security 37, no. 4 (Spring 2013): 7–48. Why, then, does it matter whether PRC diplomacy as a whole in 2010…
October 7, 2009Pakistan
Pakistan’s poor public education system has been exploited by extremist groups and slowed the country’s development. Analysts say education reform is an essential element in stabilizing the country.
December 18, 2014Global
Ellen Kullman, chair of the board and chief executive officer of DuPont, joins Alan S. Murray, editor at Fortune, to discuss global competitiveness.
November 4, 2014Russia
Frank Costigliola of the University of Connecticut, Melvyn P. Leffler of the University of Virginia, and Philip D. Zelikow of the University of Virginia join Andrew Nagorski, former president and dir…