One has to doubt that France’s new prime minister, Jean Castex, will pursue many reforms ahead of 2022.
Establishing a European Unemployment Reinsurance Fund carries the risk that it might be used to circumvent unpopular national-level decisions on structural reforms.
The Economist’s recent feature on today’s Germany as a model for all of Europe was fake news. The signs of crisis – mainly a widespread complacency – are already visible in financial markets.
New report questions Saudi Arabia’s utility for Britain.
What the Erdogan government must do if it wants to avoid a “cold Turkey” economic shock.
The saga of a dynamic Germany and a sclerotic Italy does not reflect the historical record.
Despite the boldness of his moves, Crown Prince Mohammed has sent mixed messages about how far he is prepared to go to reform Saudi Arabia.
Can the latest Saudi crackdown disarm ever more widespread opposition within the royal family and the military to the reform path and the Yemen war?
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman imposes his reformist will, while Saudi Arabia’s religious ultra-conservatives lick their wounds.