The dollar is still the dominant reserve currency, but for how long? The IMF has recently forecast that China's economy will overtake that of the U.S. in 2016. How will this effect the global monetary system?
The English language is a key factor in retaining America’s competitive advantage in the world – like a linguistic reserve currency. But as more Indian and Chinese people learn English, can America retain its edge?
There's no doubt Wall Street's over-leveraged risk-taking was a key cause of the financial crisis. Many critics charge there has been little or no accountability. And yet, will putting bankers in jail do any good?
On an earlier panel, Parag Khanna, Dambisa Moyo, Daniel Altman and Anand Giridharadas discussed which countries have the potential to emerge on the global stage. Here they discuss which markets are submerging.
China accounts for a growing percentage of the world economy and a substantial share of global economic growth. But do its currency and trade practices keep other countries from growing faster than they would?
Economist Parag Khanna leads a distinguished panel on the future of economic competition. This segment asks how America can invest in education, infrastructure and research at a time of fiscal austerity.