Economics

Design for Trading

Covert protectionism is spreading like kudzu. An open tariff might be better.

Martin Hutchinson

The Boldness of Charles Evans Hughes

The advent of a new historical epoch requires boldness in foreign policy architecture. Though less studied than the post-World War II master builders, Charles Evans Hughes' effort after World War I is a worthy case in point.

Margot Louria

Zakaria's Complaint

It's a mistake, argues Fareed Zakaria, to conflate constitutional liberalism with democracy. It's a mistake, says Thomas Carothers, to exaggerate the extent to which that mistake actually characterizes U.S. policy.

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