Tag Archives: G7

The Biden Administration’s Anti-Corruption Agenda

Will key European leaders join Biden’s approach on fighting kleptocratic regimes, whether Russia, China, Iran or Turkey?

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India’s Growing International Clout

A changing global context, a more transactional world and China’s assertiveness increase India’s pool of potential friends.

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The Post-Pandemic Crisis: What Happens Next?

The failure of multilateral strategic decision-making in these COVID times has been led by the Trump Administration and its bizarre attacks on international institutions.

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Macron’s Grand Design: The Russia-Iran Deal for Trump

Macron seems to be prepping a tempting offer: How about letting Russia back into the G8 (as Trump wants), in exchange for Trump cooling his fire on Iran?

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The Summer of 2019

In terms of economic contentedness, the summer of 2019 in the U.S. and globally had an eerie feeling of the summer of 1913.

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Can the Emerging Economic Powers Govern the Globe?

Can a G7 dominated by developing nations provide the impulse to global governance as did the old G7? The answer is no.

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Trump, Russia’s Masterful Sleeper Agent

Despite his presumed record of failure, the U.S. President can rightfully say to his masters in Russia “Mission Accomplished.”

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The West, After Charlevoix

In the age of Trump, the rest of the world now stands alone.

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Aboard Air Force One: Trump’s Thoughts on the Way to the G7

Those so-called “allies” don’t realize how much they have been on the warpath against the U.S. all along. High time to set the record straight!

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China in My Life — China in the 21st Century

Are the Beijing Olympics a pinnacle of China’s rise — or a pitfall?

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