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The EU’s Carbon-Neutral Future

The EU can take the lead in fighting climate change. But an EU “Green New Deal” requires a far higher price on carbon.

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Argentina: Heading for Financial and Political Mayhem

Argentina’s voters, foreign institutional investors and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) never seem to learn from previous calamities.

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Italy’s New Coalition Faces Tough Choices

Italy has moved—again—in the direction of stability in the short term, while facing long-term fragility of its economic and financial situation.

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A Marriage of Development and Demography

Why every country needs an economic demography transition strategy.

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DigiPension: Building Capital in the Digital Age

The new European Commission needs a new idea to make the idea of “social Europe” a reality. DigiPension is a great way to achieve that goal.

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Employee Savings in a Digital World

A new way of overcoming the old division between capital and labor is needed — at least to secure one’s old age.

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North Stream 2: Continental Divider, Not a Uniter

The pipeline has less to do with energy supply and a lot more to do with dividing the EU.

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Central Bank Bosses as Lackeys?

How Trump and Erdogan are like twin brothers.

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Uncomfortable Truths: “No Charge” Immigrants

Trump’s public charge principle could usefully operate globally.

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Boris Johnson: Africa and the Commonwealth Beware

Johnson thinks Africa can benefit from adopting more British values. He wants it to be a carbon copy of its former colonial masters.

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