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September 10, 2019
World Economic Forum
From data breaches and identity theft to the disruption of operations and critical infrastructure, cyberattacks are among the top risks listed in the Global Risks Report 2019, says Daniel Rosen.
August 29, 2019
If President Trump wanted to readmit Russia to the G7, says Stephen Sestanovich, he would have to take seriously the reasons the nation was disinvited in 2014. "On this, as far as I can tell, the president is not actually trying to address the problem."
August 28, 2019
BP's sale of more than $5 billion of Alaskan land "reflects just how dramatically the U.S. oil sector has shifted, as the outlook for Alaska... has dimmed relative to shale and the Gulf of Mexico," says Jason Bordoff.
August 22, 2019
El Tiempo
Luis Alberto Rodríguez MPA-EPM ’16 is the new director of Colombia's Department of National Planning
August 21, 2019
USA Today
Alexander Hertel-Fernandez comments on the Citizens United Supreme Court decision and how Shell legally was allowed to require employees to attend a President Trump campaign rally.
August 19, 2019
Should befriending enemies come at a cost of alienating allies? Jeffrey Sachs comments on how Trump is ignoring his policy advisors and creating a distance between the U.S. and its greatest allies.
August 19, 2019
Alexander Hertel-Fernandez comments on reasons why Amazon executives may have donated to a congressional anti-trust probe and if it signals any problems for the company ahead.
August 6, 2019
Far from achieving new trade agreements with China and the EU, President Trump has undermined business confidence and cross-border investments, writes Jeffrey Sachs; it's time to end these trade blunders.
August 5, 2019
Global Times
"Let's not prepare for confrontation" with China, says Jeffrey Sachs. "Let's insist on cooperation. That's the way to prosperity and survival."
August 2, 2019
With oil tankers sitting idle in Chinese ports, oil and gas prices could skyrocket, says Richard Nephew.