Issues / Democracy & Governance
Jim Kim represents a different kind of economics that could shake up the World Bank.
A new book explores the tensions between liberal state-building and outside manipulation.
Have conservatives ever met a junta they didn't like?
As the search for the next leader of the World Bank continues, President Obama has pushed hard for Jim Yong Kim, a health development specialist, to lead the world's largest multilateral development institution.
Mitt Romney and Benjamin Netanyahu worked for the same firm before becoming politicians.
The support that successive U.S. administrations has provided to Salafism and its outgrowth, Wahhabism, is as discouraging as it is bewildering.
The nomination of Jim Yong Kim to lead the World Bank meets with the approval of many opposed to globalization.
The upcoming G20 summit in Mexico provides new opportunities for civil society to explore alternative answers to the G20s decisions, and to make their voices heard.
The Qadhafi family's money is being confiscated by the new Libyan government and frozen by other states.
Can the current Irish resistance movement turn the tide against the austerity madness that has gripped the European continent?