The world is about to discover that the substantial and totally unexpected drop in the price of crude oil may be as disruptive as the shock of oil price hikes in 1974.
Agricultural production is at record levels—and that could make the planet less stable.
China’s economy is in for a bumpy ride. But if Chinese leaders implement the right macroeconomic policies and structural reforms, the challenges should be manageable.
In many countries, wealth grows more as a result of thievery and malfeasance than as a consequence of the returns on capital invested by elites.
Inequality became the lightning rod that it is today only when wealth and incomes became as concentrated in the United States as they have been in other highly unequal countries.
Those in power today are more constrained in what they can do with it and more at risk of losing it than ever before.
An important look at the power struggle that is defining modern times, Power, Inc. also offers critical insights into how to navigate the tumultous years ahead.
The Geoeconomics and Strategy Program seeks to promote and provoke collaboration and debate among experts in national security strategy, foreign policy, and international economic policy, in order to enhance understanding of: 1) the use of economic instruments to promote geopolitical goals; 2) the development of national security strategy and foreign policy to advance national economic interests and the stability of the global economy; and 3) the future of the international political and economic order.