Pakistan's former military leader has announced he's returning from exile and wants his old job back. Here's what he would do differently -- and why he wouldn't want Hamid Karzai as his counterpart next door.
Wan Yanhai, a Chinese AIDS activist and longtime friend of Liu Xiaobo, is the Nobel laureate's only close colleague to elude Beijing's crackdown and who will attend the Peace Prize ceremony in Oslo. In an exclusive interview with FP, he shares his thoughts on Charter 08 and China's future.
Mohamed Nasheed, president of the
climate-change-threatened Maldives, speaks via email with Foreign Policy's
Charles Homans about the difficulty of diplomacy, the promise of protest, and
why moving his whole country might be more difficult than he once thought.
economist and FP Global Thinker No. 30 Joseph Stiglitz was one of the first to predict the global financial
crisis -- and has since been one of the most vocal critics of the U.S.
government's response. Talking to Foreign Policy's Benjamin Pauker, he
explained why he's not celebrating yet.