The World Policy Institute understands that policymakers and opinion leaders need creative ways to catalyze innovation and engage wider coalitions in solving some of the world’s biggest challenges. By working with artists focused on the same issues, this cross-cutting initiative seeks to build a new, collaborative model for social change.
In Every Nation for Itself: Winners and Losers in a G-Zero World, World Policy Institute Senior Fellow Ian Bremmer illustrates a historic shift in the international system and the world economy—and an unprecedented moment of global uncertainty.
The British government is sorry for its colonial wrongdoings—and officially so, for the first time in history.
By Gonzalo Escribano
Shortly after the U.S. State Department’s diplomatic cables were leaked to the press in late 2010, Julian Assange was all but forgotten by the Latin American media. Even when WikiLeaks made the news, his name was rarely mentioned.
[Editors Note: With the commencement of the 2012 Summer Olympics upon us, the United Kingdom and the world has been eagerly anticipating this moment since the International Olympic Committee selected London eight years ago.