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QE Is Debt Cancellation

The United States, the UK and Japan have far less government debt than is generally understood.

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Korea’s Ongoing Divide

We wonder: How big is South Korea’s economy compared to that of its northern rival?

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Britain: Well Done, Gordon Brown!

Britain outside the eurozone: Still the right call.

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UK: Currency Markets and the Price of Independence

It is clear that Britain will not join the Euro – not now and probably not ever.

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Cameron’s EU Treaty Change: No Chance, Really?

Whether EU leaders like it or not, an EU Treaty change debate is definitely on the agenda.

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The Eurozone After Greece: Spain Vs. France

How do the EU’s third- and fifth-largest economies compare with regard to reform readiness?

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The Malaise of Greek Liberalism

Why have efforts to establish liberalism in Greece not been successful?

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Nigeria’s Buhari: Slow But Steady Wins the Race

Under its new president, Nigeria’s economic horizon will become clear soon.

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China: Rethinking the Yuan Devaluation

Understanding China’s currency move from a non-Western-centric perspective.

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Italy at a Crossroads

Can Italy finally hope for a much-needed political stability?

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