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November 28, 2023

United States
The United States Needs a Bold Vision for Trade in the Americas

The Americas Partnership for Economic Prosperity could be the first step in a robust new strategy.


November 16, 2023

United States
Antisemitism and Anti-Muslim Hate are Surging. Here's How to Curb the Worst American Tradition.

As violence escalates in Israel’s struggle with Hamas, the potential for hate-based violence in the United States grows, too. American leaders need to step in to defuse tensions.


November 16, 2023

Chino Mitsuru Claire: Leading Japan's Sōgō Shōsha

Itochu Corporation Managing Executive Officer Chino Mitsuru Claire shares about her path to corporate leadership.

Chino Mitsuru Claire, Itochu Corporation Managing Executive Officer

November 10, 2023

Defense and Security
Thanking America’s Veterans

Veterans Day recognizes those who have served in the United States’ armed forces.

A U.S. soldier as viewed saluting the American flag.

November 8, 2023

The President’s Inbox Recap: Demography and World Power

A country’s demography can expand or constrain its policy options.

A man as viewed looking at a city skyline.

November 8, 2023

United States
In Green Steel Discussions, the United States Is Playing Dirty

The European Union should rebuff the Joe Biden administration’s protectionist boondoggle and refocus on genuine climate goals.

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November 6, 2023

International Finance
The World Needs a Second Channel for Using SDRs

The multilateral development banks need to develop a second channel for mobilizing the world’s under-utilized special drawing rights (SDRs).

The 2023 Annual Meetings of the World Bank Group and IMF in Marrakech

November 3, 2023

United States
Campaign Roundup: Election Day Is One Year Away

Each Friday, I look at what the presidential contenders are saying about foreign policy. This week: Three things to know about the 2024 campaign.


November 6, 2023

United States
A Modest Foreign Policy Proposal for the Middle Class (and The State Department’s Easiest Win): Au Pair for Senior Care

The State Department can ease the burden for aging seniors by expanding its Au Pair Program—a cultural exchange work-study program providing care for babies, toddlers, and kids—to include caring for …


November 2, 2023

United States
Peru’s Elections in Doubt Plus, APEP Kicks Off and the Protest Risk to the Green Transition

Peru’s unpopular congress and attorney general move to undermine 2026 elections; APEP kicks off, focus narrowed; Protests could hold back Latin America’s role in the green transition.

Photo of demonstration against President Dina Boluarte