Jeffrey D Sachs

Jeffrey D Sachs is a world-renowned economist, academic, and public policy analyst who serves as the director of the Center for Sustainable Development at Columbia University.

China’s competitiveness and American badmouthing

The US approach to China is based on a mix of arrogance, nastiness, and naiveté.

1m ago

Justice and finance at COP28

COP28 in Dubai highlights the pressing issues of climate justice and financing amid a worsening climate emergency.

6m ago

The US economic war on China

The anti-China policies come out of a familiar playbook of US policymaking.

9m ago

US politics and the Paris finance summit

The leaders at the Paris summit recognised the urgent need for a massive expansion of official development financing from the Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs).

11m ago

How JFK would pursue peace in Ukraine

In the context of the Russia-Ukraine war, Biden has behaved almost the opposite of JFK. He has personally and repeatedly denigrated Russian President Vladimir Putin.

1y ago

The war in Ukraine was not ‘unprovoked’

There is no fairy tale end to the war in Ukraine, in which Ukraine defeats Russia on the battlefield and then joins Nato.

1y ago

America’s wars and the US debt crisis

The US’ annual military spending is now around $900 billion, roughly 40 percent of the world's total, and greater than the next 10 countries combined.

1y ago

Money makes the world go round – and development succeed

The key to economic development and ending poverty is investment.

1y ago
April 23, 2024
April 23, 2024

China’s competitiveness and American badmouthing

The US approach to China is based on a mix of arrogance, nastiness, and naiveté.

December 7, 2023
December 7, 2023

Justice and finance at COP28

COP28 in Dubai highlights the pressing issues of climate justice and financing amid a worsening climate emergency.

September 6, 2023
September 6, 2023

The US economic war on China

The anti-China policies come out of a familiar playbook of US policymaking.

July 2, 2023
July 2, 2023

US politics and the Paris finance summit

The leaders at the Paris summit recognised the urgent need for a massive expansion of official development financing from the Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs).

June 10, 2023
June 10, 2023

How JFK would pursue peace in Ukraine

In the context of the Russia-Ukraine war, Biden has behaved almost the opposite of JFK. He has personally and repeatedly denigrated Russian President Vladimir Putin.

June 2, 2023
June 2, 2023

The war in Ukraine was not ‘unprovoked’

There is no fairy tale end to the war in Ukraine, in which Ukraine defeats Russia on the battlefield and then joins Nato.

May 21, 2023
May 21, 2023

America’s wars and the US debt crisis

The US’ annual military spending is now around $900 billion, roughly 40 percent of the world's total, and greater than the next 10 countries combined.

May 16, 2023
May 16, 2023

Money makes the world go round – and development succeed

The key to economic development and ending poverty is investment.

April 16, 2023
April 16, 2023

The need for a new US foreign policy

Unless US foreign policy is changed to recognise the need for a multipolar world, it will lead to more wars, and possibly World War III.

March 25, 2023
March 25, 2023

The global banking crisis and world economy

The banking crisis that hit Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) recently has spread.

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