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]

Why Some Nations Grow Fast (and Others Don’t)

What are the historical origins and future prospects of the Chinese business model?

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India’s Food Crises: A Close-Up

Can India be a global power when it can’t guarantee its own food security?

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Energy Security: Asia’s Achilles Heel

What is the weakest point in the geopolitical rise of Asia — and what are the rising nations doing to fix it?

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China’s New Cultural Counter-Revolution

Remember the times when peasants, not the proletariat, were the vanguards of China’s communist revolution?

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Tibet and 21st Century Water Wars

How will the Tibetan Plateau determine the course of Asia’s future?

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Japan: The World’s Really Lucky Country

Compared with other occupied nations, how did postwar Japan get so lucky?

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France’s Cahuzac Affair: Not Just a National Farce

With so many scandals, is it any wonder that people not just in France, but everywhere are losing faith in their elected governments?

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The China-Japan-Korea Triangle

Do the ghosts of Northeast Asia’s past imperil the region’s future stability and prosperity?

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Bridging the 21st Century’s North-South Divide

International institutions like the World Bank and the UNFCCC have lost momentum. What will it take to get the global agenda going again?

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The Global Governance Deficit: The Theater of the Absurd

What will it take to stop 21st century global governance from being a “theater of the absurd”?

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