The K@W Network:
The black swans for the U.S. economy in 2015 are more likely to come from overseas than from within the country's borders.
President Obama introduced an ambitious list of proposals for his remaining two years in office. But how much can he accomplish with a Republican Congress?
Should two years of community college be made available for free to nine million students? The pros and cons of the idea need to be discussed, write Josh Wyner and[…]
Among China’s key challenges in 2015 will be to avoid the so-called “middle-income trap.”
Rising income inequality is shaving points off economic growth, but the effect could be mitigated by improving access to quality education, according to a recent OECD report.
The deadly attack on Charlie Hebdo’s Paris offices will be a game changer for insurers and governments in how they perceive terrorism risk in the future, say experts.
A logjam in the upper house of India's Parliament has been resolved -- paving the way for reforms and future growth, observers say.
A diverse, public-private sector effort must be organized to counter extremism’s message, write David N. Lawrence and his co-authors in this opinion piece.
U.S. law enforcement is more insistent than ever that it needs 'back doors' into electronic systems in order to keep us safe. But could that further weaken electronic security?
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