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Global Economics between Jerusalem and Athens

What is the ultimate destination of economic history?

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Cyber Warfare: The Real Cold War

A successful cyber-attack on a country’s critical infrastructure is not a question of if, but when.

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Zombies and Glass Houses: Chinese Industrial Subsidies

Is China serious about closing down unsustainable firms?

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The Hidden Advantage (and Disadvantage) of Chinese Subsidies

Will Chinese subsidies end up killing China’s competition?

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After American Dominance: The New Pope’s Foreign Policy

What it means for the Middle East.

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The Russo-Papal Alliance in the Mideast

What has brought Russia’s Putin and Pope Francis together?

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Evaluating U.S. Targeted Killings: Out of Control?

Is assassination of terrorist suspects right or wrong?

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A Young Brazilian in London

State of Fear: Illiberal impulses in democratic states.

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France and the United States: A Reality Check

The recent presidential love fest notwithstanding, France and the US are united in the wrong priorities.

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Ukraine: Why Europe Has the Most Leverage

As Brussels remains reticent, Russia continues bluffing that it can shape the post-Soviet space.

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