From the Summer 2008 issue
When oil was $35, he predicted a $60 per barrel price. Then he predicted $150. Why the price will now go higher.
Would oil cost less if priced in euros?
Why U.S. policy should promote the delinking of oil currencies and the dollar.
Investing in promising new technologies.
It’s sound bites and bumper stickers versus real facts and statistics.
If you had to do it all over again, would you as President of the United States support NAFTA—the North American Free Trade Agreement—as implemented?
Lessons from history.
And the new logic in international politics.
The emerging politics of green.
And the vacuum in global leadership.
Reflections from one of the euro’s principle architects.
Why Europe is unprepared for the next banking crisis.
Germany’s performance after the subprime collapse.
The role of bad accounting and moral hazard missteps.
Lessons from 1970s Japan.
The need for a U.S. strategy toward China.
Why China should push ahead with financial liberalization.
Beijing’s policy shift to picking losers.
A history of winners and losers.