Commentary Sep 28, 2011

Let Greece default and live

by Pamela Cox, Jonathan Holslag and Gwynne Dyer

Few things are as galling as being right too soon. Back in 1970, dissident Soviet historian Andrei Amalrik wrote a book boldly called "Will the Soviet Union Survive Until 1984?" He predicted that it would not, which greatly annoyed the Communist regime. He was sent ...

Commentary Jun 14, 2010

India's post-Bhopal recklessness

by Gautaman Bhaskaran

CHENNAI, India — More than 25 years ago on a cold winter night, thousands of sleeping people died after inhaling toxic gas escaping from a Union Carbide pesticide plant in the central Indian city of Bhopal. A train full of passengers at the nearby ...