The magazine of international economic policy.

From the Spring 2010 issue

The Euro

Will it still be around five years from now? Five distinguished thinkers offer their views.

A symposium of views.

The Euro’s Fundamental Flaws

The single currency was bound to fail.

By Martin Feldstein

Death of the (German) Euro

Kohl giveth, and Merkel taketh away.

By Klaus C. Engelen

Eye-Popping Greek Corruption

And the collusion between Athens officials and EU interests.

By Criton M. Zoakos

Grading Our Policymakers

How effectively have they dealt with the root causes of the Great Financial Crisis?

A symposium of views

Crisis Economics!

A return to the abyss.

By Nouriel Roubini

Is Monetarism Dead?

Has the resurgence of Keynesianism already peaked?

By Otmar Issing

Keynes’ Obsession

The worry over global imbalances.

By Tyler Beck Goodspeed

The End of the Third World

The case for modernizing multilateralism.

By Robert B. Zoellick

Saving Japan

Forget inflation targeting. Tokyo instead needs to implement a one-two, monetary-fiscal punch.

By Richard Katz

The AIG Backdoor Bailout

But a bailout of whom?

By Dino Kos

The Flight to Quality

Why U.S. Treasury bonds are so beloved.

By J. Bradford DeLong

Too Big to Fail…Or Save

A review of Andrew Ross Sorkin’s Too Big to Fail: The Inside Story of How Wall Street and Washington Fought to Save the Financial System—And Themselves, and Robert Pozen’s Too Big to Save? How to Fix the U.S. Financial System.

By Paul Atkins

The New Wildcard of Political Uncertainty

As bad as America and the dollar look, large parts of the rest of the global economy look worse.

By David M. Smick