Preparing for the Next Global Catastrophe

After two and a half years of lockdowns, quarantines, and mask mandates, billions of people around the world have returned to their normal lives....

Looking back on Globalization

After decades of unprecedented openness, international economic relations have entered a new era, characterized by mistrust and division. Given the potential costs of this...

Navigating a World in Shock

Make no mistake: We no longer live in a stable international rules-based order. The days of unipolarity and global liberalism are over, and we...

Failing the Pandemic Preparedness Test

The pandemic is not over. While the summer of 2022 is very different from the summer of 2020, because we now have vaccines, treatments,...

Central Banking Must Go Green

Just as there is no question that climate change brings enormous economic and financial risks, there should be no question that central banks can...

Investing in Africa’s Health

There was a time, not so long ago, when an HIV diagnosis was a death sentence. AIDS, together with tuberculosis and malaria, killed millions...

Best Way to Preserve Nature Is Also the Fairest

This is a critical year for the natural environment. Negotiations by world leaders in Montreal this December will determine the fate of the post-2020...

Transforming Education

Global Education is in crisis. Today, nearly 300 million children do not go to school, and 800 million young people will leave school without...

What Is Web3 Good For?

The US Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control recently sanctioned a technology called Tornado Cash, on the grounds that it “has...

A Faster Route to Greener Shipping

Delegates from over 190 countries recently gathered in Lisbon for the United Nations Ocean Conference, the most important event on this issue this year....

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