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July 28, 2022

Chile’s Failed Pensions Are Neoliberalism’s Badge of Shame

A successful reform of the system is essential not only to reducing poverty, but also to restoring public faith in the country’s democracy.

Pensions are part of the problem

September 27, 2022

United States
To Out-Innovate Global Competitors, the United States Should Embrace Immigrant Talent

Immigration barriers for entrepreneurs and U.S.-educated STEM graduates hurt American innovation.

Citizens get sweared in

September 15, 2022

Pastoral Power, Clerical State

Ebenezer Obadare examines the overriding impact of Nigerian Pentecostal pastors on their churches, and how they have shaped the dynamics of state-society relations during the Fourth Republic.

September 16, 2022

United States
Happy 75th Birthday to the United States Air Force

The United States Air Force marks seventy-five years of service.

A silver Air Force E-3 Sentry plane flies over brown desert.

September 19, 2022

United States
How the Inflation Reduction Act Will Help the United States to Lead in the Clean Energy Economy

The IRA not only benefits the climate but also strengthens American competitiveness and spurs clean energy innovation.

Biden signs IRA

August 22, 2022

United States
How to Boost Microfinance in the United States

There is a market for microfinance in the United States but a change in regulatory framework is needed for the sector to thrive.

Women sell items at a Grameen America open house at St. John's University in New York

August 26, 2022

Climate Change
The Crisis of the Century: How the United States Can Protect Climate Migrants

The disastrous effects of climate change could displace more than a billion people in the next thirty years. International and domestic legal systems cannot continue to let climate migrants slip thro…

Cristina Mamani walks off in the distance toward mountains on an arid plane with an unused boat on what used to be Lake Poopo, Bolivia's second largest lake which has dried up due to water diversion for regional irrigation needs and a warmer, drier climate, according to local residents and scientists, in Lake Poopo, Bolivia on July 24, 2021.

August 22, 2022

Technology and Innovation
Artificial Intelligence and Democratic Values: Next Steps for the United States

China and the European Union have both moved to create comprehensive artificial intelligence policy. U.S. policymakers should move forward the AI Bill of Rights to keep pace.

Antony Blinken stands at a podium with the U.S. seal emblazoned on it.

June 13, 2022

United States
Time for the United States to Lead on Both the WTO and the Environment

Fisheries talks this week offer a big opportunity  

The WTO Logo Pictured in Geneva

April 20, 2022

United States
The State of U.S. Strategic Stockpiles

President Joe Biden has tapped the nation’s emergency oil reserves several times over the past year. The Strategic Petroleum Reserve is just one of the stockpiles that the United States maintains for…

Members of the Oklahoma National Guard Oklahoma National Guard walk toward the front of the Strategic National Stockpile Warehouse after unloading medical supplies.