The United States’ Generalized System of Preferences program promotes growth in the developing world by giving trade benefits to several beneficiary countries. But given how many countries flagrantly disregard the intellectual property criterion, it’s time to reconsider which countries deserve this assistance.
Can Solar Energy Save The World?
Arguing in The Economist, Matthew Stepp says solar energy can play a role in addressing significant global problems like climate change, and in many ways it must, but with one big caveat: we have to drive innovation to make it cheaper and better. If we don't, solar has little chance of "saving the world."