The artificially low Yuan is forcing emerging economies to competitively devalue their currencies and impose damaging protectionist measures. World Bank chief Zoellick knows where this leads -- to a Great Depression.
Although China and Japan are deeply connected trading partners, the Asian giants sit on opposite sides of the climate debate. In spite of their differences, the two countries have a history of climate cooperation.
Despite rumors that Amr Moussa is preparing to run for office in Egypt, his focus remains firmly on the most contentious issue in the Middle East right now -- the troubled, never-ending "peace process" between Palestinians and Israelis.