China has learned from the SARS outbreak, but much can still be improved.
On the Newsstand:China
The HPR sits down with head writer of "The Onion" Seith Reiss to talk about satire's role in politics, the 2012 election, and controversial pieces.
Reporting on Huntsman, Rudd, and Richburg's conversation about the rise of China and US-China relations in the JFK Forum.
The next space race may be in a different place: behind your face. According to The New York Times, President Obama will unveil his $100 million initiative to “map the human brain” later today. The goal of charting the interactions between millions of brain cells is ambitious and scientifically interesting. However, the broader purpose of the project is clear: to ... Read More
The HPR interviews Ruchir Sharma, head of equity emerging markets at Morgan Stanley, on his book, "Breakout Nations."
On the geopolitical stakes of Sino-Russian cooperation.
What are the reasons that we should be concerned about cybersecurity today? Staff writer Tom Silver '16 talks about his article in the 2012 winter issue.
Given the nature of cyberwarfare and the wide gaps in cybersecurity legislation, it remains clear that the American network is at great risk.
The Chinese view of a 21st century world order is, to a large extent, shaped by American attitudes and actions.
Both the United States and China chose their newest leaders, but one is better equipped to meet tomorrow's challenges.
India's rising economic power has not yet translated into a bold foreign policy, but the time has come for New Delhi to lead.