Hurricane Sandy reminded us of several lessons: 1) The fundamental protagonist when disasters strike is the government, not business. 2) Political conflict becomes uninteresting and counterproductive. People want rescue, immediate help and support to recover and rebuild, not ideologically infused speeches. 3) Governors and mayors of the places ravaged by the disaster are the main …
Moisés Naím entrevista a David Sanger del New York Times sobre la amenaza nuclear de Irán y las guerras secretas de Obama. No se lo pierda.
Moisés interviews David Sanger, Chief Washington Correspondent for the New York Times and author of the new book Confront and Conceal about the nature of the United States’ conflict with Iran, and the potential for its escalation in the future. Watch part 2 here.
Moisés interviews David Sanger, Chief Washington Correspondent for the New York Times and author of the new book Confront and Conceal about the “Obama doctrine” of foreign policy.
One of the most surprising aspects of Barack Obama’s re-election was how uncertain that outcome was. How could it be that Obama, who only four years ago aroused such enthusiasm across all regions, social classes, races, religions and economic sectors, was now reduced to begging for votes door to door in what looked like …
David Barboza is The New York Times bureau chief in Shanghai and the author of an article of immense importance recently published in that newspaper. Barboza’s article meticulously documents how family members of Wen Jiabao, China’s prime minister, have amassed an enormous fortune and how their economic success coincides with his ascent to power. In principle, this is …
Moisés Naím entrevista a Demetrios Papademetriou, uno de los grandes expertos del mundo en políticas migratorias.
Moisés speaks with Demetrios Papademetriou, President of the Migration Policy Institute, about new and surprising trends in the movement of immigrants around the world. Watch part 2 here.
Moisés speaks with Demetrios Papademetriou, President of the Migration Policy Institute, about what the future holds for migrants around the world. Watch part one here.
Moisés Naím interviews Bill Sweeney, President of the International Foundation for Electoral Systems. Since 1987, IFES experts have worked in 135 countries, observing elections and providing technical assistance in elections.