A molecular-biologist-turned-Buddhist-monk says altruism is the answer to many of the world's most pressing challenges. Can concern for others help solve wealth inequality, climate change and world hunger?
Singapore’s former Ambassador to the United Nations offers his perspective on how the world sees the United States. He writes about growing disillusionment with the U.S. and what the world’s only remaining superpower should do about it.
- Kishore Mahbubani former two term ambassador to the United Nations from Singapore, is Dean of the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy in Singapore. He is author of "Can Asians Think?" and a contributor to newspapers and journals including the "Wall Street Journal," "The New York Times," "Foreign Affairs" and "Foreign Policy."
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