Europe and Eurasia

By Eleonora Ambrosi
Contributor
September 16, 2012

While efforts have been made by the Italian government to solve the country’s economic woes, the threat of a debt default and its ramifications still looms.

By Bradford Simmons
Editor-in-Chief
August 16, 2012

U.S. exports of natural gas hold promise for an integrated global market, carbon emissions reduction, and increased international energy security. Regulators must not stand in the way of such positive developments.

By Yvonne Chen
Staff Writer
May 14, 2012

How banks can use migrant remittances to attract customers and promote smart finance.

By Anand Datla
Contributor
May 14, 2012

James Mittelman describes what global conflict will look like in the not-too-distant future .

By Bradley Martin
Contributor
April 16, 2012

After thirty years of research, biographer John Lewis Gaddis reveals the humanity of the Cold War’s most famous diplomat.

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