Daily Policy Digest

International Issues

INNOVATION NATION

The EU-U.S. innovation gap is getting smaller, but America still leads in most categories...

THE LAW POOR

Two in every three people on the planet -- a total of 4 billion -- are excluded from the rule of law...

THE EAST LOOKS WEST

Fewer schools in former Soviet countries are teaching Russian...

WHO WILL WATCH THE WATCHMEN?

Why do so many UN peacekeepers harm the people they are sent to protect?...

COMING AND GOING IN BRITAIN

The number of Britons leaving the country each year to live abroad topped 200,000 for the first time...

UNDERSTANDING AMERICAN EXCEPTIONALISM

Why is the United States so different from other countries around the world?...

BLOOD BARRELS

Oil-producing states make up a growing fraction of the world's conflict-ridden countries, says Michael L. Ross...

MUSLIM SUCCESS STORY

Albania's economic and anticorruption successes are models for other Muslim nations, says Steve Forbes...

U.N. SPENDING REQUESTS EXPAND

During President Bush's tenure, the United States has signed off on billions of dollars for U.N. peacekeeping operations, say observers...

WELFARE WEAN

The combination of high taxes and a regulated labor market keeps out immigrants from Sweden's labor market, says Nima Sanandaji...


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