Global Perspectives

WORLDVIEW: The end of inflation: Is inflation a relic of the past?

Almost everywhere you look, inflation seems contained. Why has inflation remained stubbornly low? And can we expect this situation to last?This is a …

8 Ways to Use Global Citizenship Education With Early Adolescents

<i>Editor's intro: Early adolescence is a time when students are ready to learn how their actions affect others and are connected to the world, says Dr.</i> …


What in the World: Where inequality comes from

The U.S. has one of the highest inequality rates in the world, but Fareed digs into the historical roots of wealth disparity.


Yes, the Truth Still Matters

Pittsburgh — Of all the questions that the ascendancy of Donald Trump has raised — on the value of political experience in governing, on the fitness of business executives as government executives or the profile of the Republicans as defenders of the rich and the Democrats as the sentinels of the …


WORLDVIEW: US equities in bubble of epic proportions. See the chart!

The world’s largest economy is in the midst of a stock market bubble of epic proportions, with huge risks for global investors.This is a BizNews …


Haass: Arab allies vexed by Jerusalem decision

Richard Haass tells Fareed that Trump's Jerusalem decision will complicate diplomatic relations with Arab allies.

Middle East

U.N. Secretary-General on Trump's Jerusalem decision

On GPS, U.N. Secretary-General Guterres calls for a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict but worries Jerusalem decision will hinder peace efforts.


Guterres: U.S. is too big for "America first"

U.N. Secretary-General Guterres says an "America first" approach will actually end up hurting American interests.

America First

Trump’s Jerusalem decision isn’t diplomacy. It’s pandering.

With his decision to move the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem, President Trump did something puzzling for a person who claims to be a great dealmaker. He made a massive, preemptive concession to one side in a complicated negotiation without getting anything for it in return. If that’s how he operates, …


Why the UN is setting up a database of international businesses operating in Israeli settlements

Hundreds of companies are doing business in around 250 illegal settlements in the occupied Palestinian territories, that are effectively subsidised …


GPS Web Extra: Ending the Yemen crisis

As mass famine looms in Yemen, U.N. Secretary-General Guterres says "this is a stupid war" that needs a political solution.

Middle East

GPS Web Extra: Guterres on denuclearizing Korea

U.N. Secretary-General Guterres says tweets and declarations won't undermine the opportunity for dialogue with North Korea.

North Korea

WORLDVIEW: Could a merger between Tesla and SpaceX be on the cards?

SpaceX and Tesla belong together, according to recently published note from Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas, a prominent Tesla bull.This is a …


Max Boot's GPS interview in full

Max Boot sits down with Fareed to tell him how President Trump's hostility towards many immigrants has encouraged intolerance and made him feel unwelcome.

Donald Trump

For Beijing, the greatest threat to China's national security is not the Kim regime: it is the US

With every new North Korean missile – such as the one launched on Tuesday November 28 – or nuclear test, all eyes are on China. Like previous …

North Korea

On GPS: Where to move if you want simple taxes

Author T.R. Reid tells Fareed about countries where filing taxes can take as little as one minute, and the colorful tax culture in Chile and Japan.


Boot: Trump is "balkanizing" U.S. society

Military scholar Max Boot tells Fareed how Donald Trump's repeated attacks on Muslims and Mexicans divide the U.S. and make immigrants feel unwelcome.

Donald Trump

On GPS: How Trump boosts Iranian nationalism

New York Times Tehran bureau chief Thomas Erdbrink tells Fareed how Trump's stance on Iran has pushed Iranians to rally behind anti-American hardliners.

GPS Web Extra: Why is filing taxes so complex?

Author T. R. Reid tells Fareed how special interests are keeping the government from making tax filings a breeze for most American households.

Maybe Trump knows his base better than we do

Watching the Republican tax plan race through Congress, one is reminded of a big apparent difference between President Trump’s program and other populist movements in the Western world. In the United States, Trump is leading something that is best described as plutocratic populism, a mixture of …

Republican Party

A Delicate Weave: folk singers from Western India celebrate diversity in the face of intolerance

A Delicate Weave (<i>Jhini Bini Chadariya</i>), a documentary film set in Kachchh, Gujarat in Western India, traces four different musical journeys, all …

Western India

Global Policy Management in Telecom Market is Expected to Reach at a CAGR of 11.43% During the Forecast Period (2017-2024)

Global Policy Management in Telecom Market with figures as recent as 2017 and forecasts up to 2024 provides an overview of the industry including its …


WORLDVIEW: Climb aboard the Bitcoin express? Three stories and two pictures provide the answer

A cousin's sudden curiosity about Bitcoin shows how the surging price of the cyber currency is capturing the public’s imagination. .This is a BizNews …


For LGBTI employees, working overseas can be a lonely, frustrating and even dangerous experience

As the number of workers taking international assignments increases, companies have more responsibility to look after their LGBTI employees who face …


WORLDVIEW: The problem isn’t just Zuma or Mugabe, it’s the ANC and Zanu-PF

Zimbabwe has suffered under Mugabe’s despotic rule for almost 40 years and his departure marks the country’s best hope for real change.<p>This is a …


Global Policy Management In Telecom Market Expected to Reach at a CAGR of 11.43% by 2024

The global policy management in telecom market accounted for USD 951.0 million in 2016 growing at a CAGR of 11.43% during the forecast period of 2017 …


What in the World is solar geoengineering

As global warming accelerates, can anything be done to mitigate the damage? Harvard physicist David Keith has an unusual idea to fight climate change.

Climate Change

Zakaria: Trump's risky Saudi bet

<b>(CNN) —</b> The Saudi strategy does not seem to be working. The war in Yemen has turned into a disaster, creating a failed state on Saudi Arabia's border that is seething with anger against Riyadh. Qatar has not surrendered and doesn't seem likely to anytime soon. So far, the Shiites in Lebanon have …

Middle East

Dalio & America's two economies

Billionaire Ray Dalio tells Fareed how the U.S. is becoming a two-tier economy, a problem that will only get worse.

Ray Dalio

How beauty gurus from around the world view aging

When <i>Allure</i> declared a ban on the term “anti-aging,” it shook the entire beauty industry and consumers around the world. But, just as philosophies …