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His comments come a week after anti-immigration candidates won big in Italy.
What advice would you give to aspiring authors? The second part of the book is about "Easternisation beyond Asia". I look
You can truly act as an ambassador for your country.
Watching the Olympic games, one cannot help but wonder at the dichotomies at play both within and outside of the arena. On
The Berggruen Institute is partnering with universities around the world to inspire new ways of thinking about global politics and reward innovative ideas that make a cultural impact. Founder Nicolas Berggruen joins us live.
BEIJING -- U.S. global dominance will gradually weaken and eurocentric standards in international norms will increasingly give way to pluralist standards. The decline of global organizations and the rise of regional ones will take place simultaneously.
GENEVA -- The Security Council must be enlarged, and developing countries should be given greater voting rights in the Bretton Woods institutions: the IMF and the World Bank. In exchange, the world's newest powers must begin to take on a greater share of responsibility for the global order upon which their success depends. They can no longer stand on the sidelines, denouncing the injustices of the past. Instead, they must join their peers in building the future.
How can those of us who feel like global citizens already -- which is not everyone, granted -- begin to act like global citizens?
The dark cloud that is the Ebola epidemic hanging over West Africa, and moving into Europe and the United States, could have a silver lining if global leaders have the wisdom and courage to act.
We have not yet seen any renewed attempt to re-establish the "Quadrilateral Security Dialogue," comprising Japan, Australia, the U.S., and India, which conducted joint military exercises in 2007 and was seen by China as a hostile containment enterprise. But it is not hard to imagine that this is still very much on Abe's wish list. The dangers should not be exaggerated. But, with strategic competition between the U.S. and China as delicately poised as it is, and with the economic interests of Australia, Japan, and many others in the region bound up just as intensely with China as their security interests are with the U.S., rocking the boat carries serious risks.