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In A Deluge of Consequences, the first World Policy e-book, intrepid journalist Jacques Leslie takes us along on a mythic, spell-binding trip to the bucolic kingdom of Bhutan, where the planet's next environmental disaster is set to unfold. 

Most approaches to economics ignore the dynamic and often opposing forces at work, instead idealizing the economy as a realm of stability and freedom. Jim Nolt, in his inaugural post for World Policy, explains political economy in a refreshingly practical way, incorporating private power and strategy into the discussion.
Anas, who lives in the al-Shaar neighborhood of Aleppo, drives one of the world’s most unusual and dangerous bus routes. He spoke to Syria Deeply about the arduous journey across the fractured city that can sometimes take up to 12 hours.
The recent terrorist attack on a synagogue in Copenhagen has given Netanyahu another chance to call for a mass immigration of European Jews to Israel. Dr. Alon Ben-Meir argues the effort is an insult to Jews everywhere and the epitome of Netanyahu's brand of political pomposity.

A Huffington Post Live broadcast with guests, including World Policy Journal editor-in-chief David A. Andelman, critique Jeb Bush's debut foreign policy speech in Chicago. Distancing himself from the legacies of his brother and father, the former Florida governor pronounced that "I am my own man." As such, Governor Bush insists his views of the world are a product of his own device, but is that truly the case? The guest panel of Huffington Post Live weighs in. 

February 18, 2015


Around the Table

Rahul Sagar on behalf of Prof. Kishore Mahbubani, Special Guest Julia Ormond, and World Policy Institute Chairman John Watts May 2, 2013

Andelman on Libya


Andelman on Libya

World Policy Journal Editor David Andelman is interviewed about the Libyan uprising on CBS News.


Every Nation for Itself

WPI Senior Fellow Ian Bremmer argues that we are not witnessing the descent of the United States, but rather the beginning of a leaderless world.

La Cienega: Ecuador's Childless Village Santiago Arcos Veintimilla, a Magnum Fellow photographer, captures La Cienega, Ecuador, a town that has lost its future in the wake of all but unfettered urban migration. 


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