Europe’s Poverty Time Bomb

Commentary from Project Syndicate BY EDOARDO CAMPANELLA Poverty, especially among the young, has been a growing problem across many European countries

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Trade Deals with Real Gains: A Path Forward

Republished with permission from CEPR Written by Dean Baker Presentation by Dean Baker at “What is the Future of International Trade?”

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The Curious Case of the Missing Defaults

Commentary from Project Syndicate BY CARMEN REINHART Usually, a sudden stop in capital inflows sparks a currency crash, sometimes a banking

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Why 1997 Asian Crisis Lessons Lost

Global Geopolitics Net – IPS By Jomo Kwame Sundaram KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 24 2017 (IPS) – Various different, and sometimes contradictory lessons

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World Bank Must Stop Encouraging Harmful Tax Competition

Global Geopolitics Net – IPS By Anis Chowdhury and Jomo Kwame Sundaram Anis Chowdhury, a former professor of economics at the University of

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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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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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Uzbekistan Returns to Currency Convertibility, Delivers Blow to Black Market

Originally published by EurasiaNet.org The big bang has arrived for Uzbekistan’s financial system, with the government lifting decades-old currency restrictions

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Democratic Governance and the EU-s Political Integration Security Gap and Transition to Market Economy

Global Geopolitics Net Scholarly Papers and In-Depth Journalism Series By Sedef Asli Topal, Master of Arts in International Relations –

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