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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. 

 

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In a World Policy political salon, internationally syndicated journalist, Souad Mekhennet, led an intriguing discussion on how a former Nazi doctor escaped a global manhunt. Keshar Patel shares highlights from the engaging conversation.
Less than two weeks after Barack Obama assumed the presidency, he was nominated for the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize. Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist William Beecher explains how President Obama's foreign policy strategy makes him a less-than-deserving candidate for the coveted peace award.
Thousands of civilians are allegedly in the custody of both Syrian state security and opposition groups. Once a biology student in the Syrian capital, one man, now free and living in Istanbul, details his seven months of detention in centers around the city.
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David A. Andelman, editor of World Policy Journal, argues that Russian President Vladimir Putin has already won in his quest for Crimea. He further makes the case that Ukraine is a critical buffer between Russia and the European Union.

 

March 10, 2014
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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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