The magazine of international economic policy.

From the Spring 2005 issue

Who Is Behind Bush Economic Policy?

Check out the Ward Room of the White House.

By Robert D. Novak

The Yellen View

One of the Federal Reserve system’s most experienced policy strategists offers her insights. A TIE exclusive interview.

Ankle-Biting From the Academy

A review of Ravi Batra’s new book, Greenspan’s Fraud.

By Lee Hoskins

If the New President of the World Bank Calls…

Paul Wolfowitz needs advice. Over two dozen experts offer their guidance.

A symposium of views

The Risk of Dollar Devaluation

Why Team Bush can’t devalue its way to a stronger economy.

By David Hale

The Case for Gradualism

Why a quick fix for China’s currency would be a mistake.

By Dieter Wermuth

Collective China Wisdom

At what level should the Chinese revalue the renminbi to achieve some semblance of equilibrium? Over sixty distinguished experts weighed in.

A symposium of views

How China Threatens America

And what can be done.

By Greg Mastel

The China Temptation

Are Western investors being foolhardy?

By Philippa Malmgren

Europe’s Italy Problem

And, as a result, are monetary union and the euro in serious trouble?

By Bernard Connolly

The State of Globalization

A European insider surveys the scene.

By Jürgen Stark

Blinking Left, Driving Right

Germany’s flirtation with anti-capitalist populism.

By Klaus C. Engelen

Caribbean Integration Finds Its Rhythm

By Gary N. Kleiman