For generations, political leaders have attempted to shape their image. Today, it is U.S. President Barack Obama's turn to attempt to define his legacy.
If British voters are to make the right choice about remaining in the EU, they will have to cut through the hyperbolic claims being made by leaders on both sides.
The outcome of the U.S. election will have profound consequences for U.S. economic policy, and thus for the global economy.
Global growth doesn't promise to be much better in 2016 than it was this year, but policy changes could boost incomes and expand opportunities for people everywhere.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership would not only bring economic benefits — it would also encourage cooperation in other, more contentious areas.
China must avoid reverting to greater state control in its effort to get its economy back on track.