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The Real Reasons for Trump’s Anti-Globalization Circus

Trumponomics: How Trump skillfully used anti-globalization as bait to cover up his extremely neoliberal switch.

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India: The Perils of Digital Transformation

Just like China may grow old before it gets rich, Modi’s hoped-for manufacturing boom in India may not happen due to the onset of automation.

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Free and Fair US Trade?

The Donald Trump administration aims at redefining US trade relationships with the rest of the world to make trade “free and fair” again.

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Asia’s Heightened Jitters Over NAFTA Risks Spilling Over

Asian countries like South Korea are nervous about the United States changing its trade deals next.

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Mr. Trump: Focus on China

American worker’s prosperity depends on it.

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How Do We Fix Finance?

The United States needs to put monstrous and mostly self-serving financial institutions in proper check.

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Liberating the World Bank (From the US)

Reforms to make the World Bank less dependent on the United States would enable them to be more effective

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The IMF, the World Bank and the U.S.: A Brief History

U.S. participation in the IMF and World Bank was authorized in the Bretton Woods Agreement Act that became law in July 1945.

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United Airlines and Borussia Dortmund: No Mere Accidents

Two tales, same story of corporate abuse and consumerism.

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Trump and Germany: On Trade Imbalances and Exchange Rates

Germany should point out to Trump that it is his own irresponsible macroeconomic policies that make the dollar strong and the euro weak.

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