Higher interest rates in the U.S. can have a detrimental effect on the economic, political, and social well-being of developing nations.
Demographic change within Asia’s aging powers leads to rising investment in Asia’s growing states, enabling them to leverage competition between China, Japan, and South Korea.
In a surprise for Egypt and Pakistan, Gulf Arab states are signaling that the days of aid without expectations of reform are coming to an end.
Economic growth in Egypt is accelerating. But reform has brought more pain than gain for Egyptians.