The magazine of international economic policy.

From the Summer 2007 issue

Mr. International

Dallas Federal Reserve President Richard Fisher brings a global perspective to central banking. A TIE exclusive interview.

Collateralized Debt Obligations

Who’s to blame when the market blows up?

By Marc Sumerlin and Loren M. Katzovitz

Europe Begins to Rise Early

With the Germans leading the way.

By Samuel Brittan

Taking the German Recovery Less Seriously

A counterintuitive view.

By Adam S. Posen

The Transatlantic Divide

How the United States and Europe differ in economic policy.

By Sebastian Dullien

The Case for Immigration

The secret to economic vibrancy.

By Philippe Legrain

Syrian Opportunity?

Syria’s only hope long-term in avoiding economic crisis is to improve its bilateral relationship with the United States.

By David D. Hale

The Cognitive Domain of War

The role of science in approaching the enemy?

By James Blackwell

The Haitian Curse

It may be slowly lifting.

By Gary N. Kleiman

Will Environmentalism Become the New Protectionism?

In an increasingly globalized world, are opponents of free trade starting to see environmentalism as a valuable protectionist tool?

A symposium of views

The Monetary Realist

Landing the Reverse Greenspan

By Adam S. Posen