Tag Archives: Special Series: Global Governance — Global Comparisons

Living Where You Don’t Make the Rules (Part III)

Getting Along Globally: A Practical Guide.

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Living Where You Don’t Make the Rules (Part II)

Openness versus Retreat: Strategies for Coping with the Modern World.

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Living Where You Don’t Make the Rules (Part I)

Faith and cultural change in the age of globalization.

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Japan and Germany: Two Sides of Nuclear Reality

Japan is simply squandering an opportunity to break new ground after Fukushima.

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The West’s Day of Fiscal Reckoning, Part III

Politicians might conclude that debt restructuring is inevitable.

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Global Food Security: 10 Challenges

World Food Day reminds us of the fragility of food security in the 21st century.

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The West’s Day of Fiscal Reckoning, Part II

In theory, there are four options to address the West’s debt overhang.

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Welfare States: And The Winner Is?

A performance comparison of the West’s three welfare models.

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The West’s Day of Fiscal Reckoning

The first step is to acknowledge the facts of the global fiscal condition.

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Israel’s Rommel and Vietnam’s Napoleon

What can the lives and victories of top generals of Israel and Vietnam teach the U.S. Army?

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