Zuckerman, Mortimer B.
Articles by Zuckerman, Mortimer B.
Leaders in Washington must wake up to the potential of the city.
Four years into the "recovery" it is unacceptable that the levels of industrial output, employment and real incomes remain below prerecession peaks.
We have yet to establish security standards to prevent large-scale cyberattacks on the nation’s critical infrastructure.
The resignation of Salem Fayyad as Palestinian prime minister bodes ill for the well-being of Palestinians and hopes for a two-state political solution.
Caution in asserting American power may turn out to be self-defeating.
The Obama administration is more inclined to public relations than hard-headed pragmatism in dealing with unemployment.
In his trip, President Obama must put Israel and Palestine on the track to peace.
The two-state solution is too important to fail, though it seems too complex to succeed.
Millions are suffering unemployed, but government relief has made them invisible.
We must increase investment in education and infrastructure, and get serious about tax reform.