China’s seven pilot carbon markets are defying green hopes and struggling to get off the ground.
The naval drills will be a strong (and provocative) sign to Beijing, which must be watching the coalitions of opponents warily.
President Obama hosted Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff at the White House yesterday, but the way for the U.S. to improve relations with Brazil isn’t to make empty comments at a substance-free summits.
As China tries to steer its economy to a new system based on domestic demand, the challenges ahead will add to the pressure to consolidate power and control.
In the wake of protests against Uber by French cabbies, another sign of France’s turbulent adjustment to the sharing economy.