In South Africa a few weeks ago I was struck by the amount of change that had occurred in the country in the twenty years or so since my last visit. I came away from the country deeply impressed by the progress that has been made in terms of the economic and political development of […]
A visit to South Africa during the elections in Zimbabwe show both the promise of Southern Africa and its ongoing challenges.
A few weeks ago, the German Chancellor, Angela Merkel took the remarkable step of publishing a photograph of herself and Donald Trump at the June meeting of the G7 in Montreal. The image, in my view will go down as a singular icon in this very delicate moment in the modern history of the west.
As a result of speaking to hundreds of IESE alumni and their guests about geopolitics over the last few months I am more than ever convinced of the need to connect the world’s of international politics and business so that business leaders can not only do their fiduciary duty but also make a positive impact on the world.
This November, the United States will go to the polls to elect the entire House of Representatives and about one third of the Senate. The elections matter for a number of reasons including the possible impeachment of President Trump.