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China’s Financial Paradoxes

China’s total debt is now greater than that of the United States, creating uncertainty about its future.

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How to Deal With the Populists: Home Truths for Europe’s Future

“Technocracy is policy without politics – and populism is politics without policy.”

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Germany’s Choice: Shaper or Bystander?

10 points on what Germany needs to do to save the Eurozone — and safeguard Germany’s own interests.

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Keeping China In or Out? Beijing Vs. Washington on TPP

Global economic diplomacy gets more complicated as China plays its cards.

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Obama Abandons Allies on China’s Marshall Plan

The United States is looking increasingly left behind as it defies its closest allies in Asia.

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Germany as the Euro’s Real Loser: 10 Reasons

Why the average German is the main loser in the Eurozone.

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Varoufakis’s Ill-Advised Visions

Yanis Varoufakis’s vision for the Eurozone.

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Can the United States Close the International Wage Gap?

A generational effort is required to restore growth in U.S. wages.

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Why London Must Share Economic Power

Centralization has limited the performance of the UK economy.

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Portugal’s Successful Turnaround? A Fairy Tale

For all the attention given to Greece, is Portugal really that much better off?

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