Tag Archives: Margaret Thatcher

UK Conservatives and Labour Should Form Grand Coalition

A German style solution is needed to handle the fracturing of UK politics.

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Thatcher Lives! In Putin’s Moscow

Can you track the many ways in which Russia’s President and the UK’s late Prime Minister were alike?

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Thatcher Vs. Hawke: Whose Reforms Worked Best?

Who left behind a stronger economy: the warrior-like conservative British Prime Minister or Australia’s bridge-builder?

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Thatcher, Merkel and the Euro

What is the legacy of Britain’s Margaret Thatcher for Europe’s crisis-stricken countries today?

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Exits from the Rat Race

How did today’s crisis-prone, Darwinian capitalism come about?

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David Cameron: Embracing Europe in Churchill’s Footsteps

Is David Cameron following in the footsteps of Churchill and Thatcher by balancing anti-Europe sentiment against pro-Europe cooperation?

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The Need to Challenge Conventional Economic Wisdom: Part I

How has the global financial crisis forced policymakers to reconsider the established economic conventional wisdom?

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Tony Blair: A Dorian Gray for Europe?

Is Europe better off with a president whose personality reflects Europe's admittedly more staid nature?

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Women Leaders

Is there a common theme among the strongest female leaders of world history?

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Britain After a Decade of Labor: No Longer Rocking

Has Labor, as it claimed it would upon taking office in 1997, succeeded in making Britain a more equal society?

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