Traditional banks have played their role in keeping too many people unbanked and underbanked for decades. Digital banks are creating the competition and growth the sector needs if it will adapt to new customers—but governments must support them.
The era of "maximum pressure" on Iran evidences the fact that power does not always translate into leverage, and that too bold a display can lead to exhaustion and futility.
Too many in our current news media environment are quick to politicize their coverage and seek the truth only when it's convenient for their faction.
The images of Israel's Iron Dome missile defense system deployed against thousands of Hamas rockets fired from Gaza made clear that effective missile defense is a matter of life and death.
Supporters of brutal AI regulation in D.C. and Brussels will argue that we need it to protect against a Chinese surveillance state. But perhaps as well as protecting against China's excesses, we should be learning from its ambition.
As social media sites have grown in importance and market cap to become "Big Tech," the public deserves a fuller understanding of whether and how they have sacrificed their noble free speech principles.
We don't know whether the pandemic started in a lab in Wuhan or evolved naturally. But we should want to know.
To live up to his vow to be guided by human rights, President Joe Biden should use U.S. leverage to insist that the Israeli government stop its oppression of Palestinians.
There is no moral equivalence between Israel—a sovereign nation defending itself—and Hamas terrorists who target and murder innocent civilians.