Who gets to use the name ‘Macedonia’? A decades-old row still to be resolved

Neophytos Loizides, University of Kent In the latest volley of a long-running dispute on the right to the name “Macedonia”,

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Venezuela’s government clings on by splitting the opposition and strong-arming the poor

Ryan Brading, SOAS, University of London Despite a crippling economic crisis, alarming social turmoil and a 17% approval rating, Nicolás

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China’s Contradictions

Commentary from Project Syndicate BY STEPHEN S. ROACH Notwithstanding all the self-congratulatory flourishes in Chinese President Xi Jinping’s political report to

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The Two Backlashes Against Globalization

Commentary from Project Syndicate BY SHASHI THAROOR The reaction against globalization has taken two forms: economic resistance to rising inequality and

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Three Ways Ahead for the Eurozone

Commentary from Project Syndicate By KEMAL DERVIŞ With German Chancellor Angela Merkel still forming her new coalition government, it is impossible

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Greece and economic recovery: Fake news in action

Ten years ago, the implosion of Lehman Brothers ignited a financial crisis whose impact and effects were felt virtually across

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Jean-Claude Juncker’s Roadmap for European Disaster

Commentary from Project Syndicate BY HANS-WERNER SINN This month, the European Commission’s president called for an acceleration of the eurozone’s eastward

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Trump’s Sanctions Make Economic Recovery in Venezuela Nearly Impossible

Republished with permission from The Nation The new financial embargo will worsen shortages, inflict suffering, and restrict Venezuela’s policy options.

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The Normalization Delusion

Commentary from Project Syndicate By Adair Turner LONDON – There is a psychological bias to believe that exceptional events eventually give

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