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Britain’s Colonial Legacy Promotes Unfairness in African Education

Outdated examination models are shutting talented Africans out of university education

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TTIP: Yes or No? – A Brief Checklist

Plenty of reasons why Europeans should be very wary to conclude this trade deal with the US.

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TTIP: Why the Rush?

Reflections on the negotiating style of the United States.

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Fed Needs to Rethink How to Tighten Monetary Policy

The Federal Reserve going about the process of tightening in the wrong way could have severe global repercussions.

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Apple and Caterpillar Game the EU: How to Respond?

An “ever closer Europe” is the only way to curb the exorbitant power of the multinationals and curtail their power to “divide in order to rule.”

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Apple et al.: European Commission as the Last Defender of Public Interest

Apple, Google, Facebook et al.’s prolonged tax cheating further hollows out the already shaky support for globalization.

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2016 G20 Summit: Who Needs to Do What?

The need for action is clear, but count on it being “papered over.” Reflections on the G20 Hangzhou Summit.

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Globalization and the West: Coping With the Politics of Anger

What happens when the need for economic adjustment moves from the global South to the North.

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Apple: Is Europe Unfair?

Six points about the EU’s Apple tax ruling.

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Lessons from the UK’s Olympic Success for the Country’s Economy

Intriguing parallels between Olympics, English football and the business landscape of the country.

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