Is Netanyahu's Government Going in the Wrong Direction?

Benjamin Netanyahu is the longest-serving prime minister in Israel’s history. After five elections happening in four years, Israeli voters re-elected him in November 2022 where he established a new government while on trial for corruption…
With Jeremy Ben-Ami, Caroline Glick
May 25, 2023

Is Carbon Capture Essential to Fighting Climate Change?

When it comes to carbon dioxide, last year was a record year. The world emitted more of the climate-warming gas in 2022 than in any year since scientists began recording levels in 1900. The culprit,…
With Mark Z. Jacobson, Katherine Romanak
March 29, 2023

Will ChatGPT Do More Harm Than Good?

It’s poised to “change our world.” That’s according to Bill Gates, referencing an advanced AI chatbot called ChatGPT, which seems to be all the rage. The tool, which was developed by OpenAI and backed by a company Gates…
With Gary Marcus, Keith Teare
February 23, 2023

Does the Sex Offender Registry Do More Harm Than Good?

Sexual violence is arguably the most devastating kind. And over the past few decades, the legal landscape has shifted to a more proactive stance. The Wetterling Act requires convicted offenders to register with local authorities.…
With Cary Federman, Emily Horowitz
January 30, 2023

Has China's Power Peaked?

This was supposed to be the “Chinese century.” In just a few decades, China transitioned from a developing economy to the world’s second-largest. Measured in purchasing power parity, it actually surpassed the U.S. economy in…
With Michael Beckley, Ian Bremmer
January 20, 2023

Has Globalization Backfired?

For a period of time, going global just seemed to make sense. But with China’s rise, Covid-19, and the war in Ukraine, words like “localnomics,” “friends-shoring,” and “decoupling” have helped codify a growing movement that…
With Rana Foroohar, Parag Khanna
October 12, 2022
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