Tag Archives: Special Series: Global Governance — Europe

The Need for Hard Diplomacy

The need for professional diplomacy has never been greater, even in an era of softer “cultural diplomacy.”

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Soft Power Doesn’t Exist

A decade after “soft power” came to the fore, it is time to assess its effectiveness.

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Netherlands: Another Spain in the Making?

It is not only countries in Europe’s southern periphery that mismanage their national economies.

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Italy: Lawyers Numerous, Justice Scarce

Italy has four times more layers than France, despite its similar size.

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Build For the Future (Part III)

Ten steps western economies must take.

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Build For the Future (Part II)

Ten steps Western economies must take.

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Build For the Future (Part I)

Ten steps Western economies must take.

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Angela Merkel’s True Colors

Is Angela Merkel aiming to be the most successful Social Democratic Chancellor in German history?

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CEO Pay: A Swiss Rebellion

What will be the ramifications of a Swiss referendum on executive compensation?

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Just the Facts: CEOs and the Rest of Us

Executive compensation wasn’t always so outlandish (and still isn’t in most other developed countries).

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