Trump, Bolsonaro and López Obrador couldn’t be more different. Or more similar
What do international cooperation, Washington’s prestige, fiscal austerity and globalization have in common?
Bureaucracies tend to hide their mistakes, especially in authoritarian countries
Covid-19 is our most pressing problem, but other events are highlighting important global trends
Every major crisis sets off a storm of conspiracy theories, bad ideas and disproportionate responses
We have more information than ever before, but its veracity is often in doubt
Around the world, governing is becoming more difficult and, in many cases, impossible
Since 2010, the share of Americans aged between 18 and 29 who hold a favorable view of capitalism has fallen from 68% to 45%
Once the political system in some countries learns how to toss out a head of state, it seems to develop a taste for it, and starts doing it again and again
While there is consensus that the capitalist system needs major reforms, there is no agreement on what these reforms should be
The electoral successes of Brexit, Trump and Chávez have some revealing commonalities
In Muslim countries incomes are lower than in the rest of the world, while illiteracy is higher and life expectancy lower. Why?