Jean-Pierre Lehmann

Jean-Pierre Lehmann (1946-2017) was emeritus professor of international political economy at IMD in Lausanne, Switzerland, and a Contributing Editor at The Globalist. [Switzerland]

Make in India! But Can India Make It?

Reflections on the Post-Indian-Visa-Application-Stress-Syndrome.

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The Failure of Islam to Reform

Only Islam can extricate itself from the failures in its history.

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Why the Military Campaign Against ISIS Will Fail

Thoughts on the future of the Arab world.

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China: Radical Transformations – From Middle Kingdom to Global Sea Power

China from Mencius to Mahan – through Marx, Mao and Market Leninism.

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The Global Trade Impasse: The Chinese Leadership Conundrum

China’s time to lead the WTO has come.

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Europe: June 1914 Vs. June 2014

How Europe went from barbarity to civilization over the course of the 20th century.

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President Obama’s Pirouettes in Asia

Did Japan, Korea et al. see any signs of U.S. President Obama’s Asia “pivot” in his recent trip?

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War and Peace in Asia: There Are Always Choices

China is becoming a global power. Can it break the bellicose pattern set by all previous rising global powers?

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Beyond Economic Integration: European Lessons for Asia Pacific?

Economic integration alone does not suffice to keep a dependable peace.

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London and Beijing: A Polluted Tale of Two Cities

How Beijing’s tale proceeds from here will determine what kind of planet we leave behind.

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