The Republican's indexation formula is too severe, says the pioneer of "managed competition" and authority on health-care economics, but the basic idea is sound
The government says it will shut down its nuclear power industry by 2011 and promises to reduce carbon emissions at the same time
On the IMF and U.S. taxes
Republicans started a fight over Medicare, and in this week's special House election, they lost it
The US and Britain have a natural alliance based on a close alignment of interests and values. But that is all it is.
On Obama's roots and his speech at AIPAC this weekend
What the GOP is losing, as the Indiana governor decides not to run for president in 2012
In my view the ex-MIT, ex-IMF, ex-World Bank and current governor of the Bank of Israel would make the best choice to replace Dominique Strauss-Kahn
I was mystified by the instant reaction claiming to see a bold new departure. I haven't been paying close enough attention, I thought. But if Jeff finds it puzzling, I'm reassured.
Everything from "Why American needs Israel" to "DSK did not lead the IMF that well"
A major setback for fiscal politics, as Sen. Tom Coburn withdraws from the bipartisan coalition
He clashed with Paul Ryan over Medicare. He voiced support for individual mandates. How can he win with Republicans in 2012?