• In the News

    Rapid levels of economic growth tend to come with inequality. Even if you’re doing okay, there are a lot of people around you doing better, and that frustrates you.

    July 2, 2015, Carol Graham, Forbes
  • Interview | CCTV America

    July 1, 2015, Cheng Li

  • In the News

    The winner here is China and other countries that are going full steam ahead with their own export credit agencies and taking advantage of the opportunity to see Ex-Im lapse.

    June 30, 2015, Miriam Sapiro, Marketplace
  • In the News

    The good stuff — happiness and prosperity — and the bad stuff — unhappiness, divided communities, poverty — tend to cluster together. We need to understand more about the bad places.

    June 29, 2015, Carol Graham, OZY
  • In the News

    I am very doubtful we can have a ratification vote [on the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement in Congress] before the end of this year. We are thinking this is going to spill over to 2016 and this opens up all kinds of interesting possibilities.

    June 25, 2015, Mireya Solís, CNN
  • In the News

    The Greek proposal is simply populist austerity. It’s really worrying that a program will be approved with no spending cuts whatsoever.

    June 24, 2015, Theodore Pelagidis, New York Times
  • Interview | CNN en Español

    June 23, 2015, Mireya Solís

  • In the News

    You have to assume that some core portion of those votes [against OPIC's reauthorization] were members of Congress who always vote against foreign aid. What strikes me is that the opposition that we’ve seen over the last two years against Ex-Im has not translated into opposition against OPIC.

    June 19, 2015, George Ingram, Morning Consult
  • In the News

    China would do well to examine the experiences of previous international investors for lessons, good and bad, and consider adopting corporate social responsibility practices that meet global [environmental] standards. This will help to minimize friction over Chinese investments in [Latin America].

    June 8, 2015, Harold Trinkunas, China Daily
  • Podcast

    Javier Solana on why the European Union matters

    June 5, 2015, Javier Solana and Fred Dews

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