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Behind the farce of the G-7 summit of June 8-9 in Canada, is a tragedy, less publicised, but with much more serious and real consequences….

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Following the election of the current Italian government, European commissioner Gunther Oettinger blurted that the financial markets will soon teach Italians to vote the right…

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I watched the Thorpe scandal on the BBC series A Very English Scandal with a great deal of emotion. In fact, at the end of the…

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When I watch the James Bond sequence at the opening on 2012 Olympics, it just makes me smile and I glow with pride! This is…

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We live in divided times. At the recent CAMSS UK[1] conference in London, we presented our research thoughts on Digital Society, the survey we conducted…

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After many vicissitudes, the America-North Korea summit seems to be happening on Tuesday, June 12, in Singapore. Diplomats from both countries are already on hand…

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The euro is stuck in purgatory. Heaven seems ever further away. And with the Italian political crisis, hell seems closer than ever. In the past,…

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A broad theme appears to be emerging in this blog, which amounts to an attitude to the so-called ‘populism’ that has so undermined many of…

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There is a great view from the top of the ‘Cheesegrater’, or the Leadenhall building to use its formal name, right there in the City…

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We have often addressed in this blog the question of bottom-up versus top down initiatives. The latest has been Barry Cooper’s excellent piece about getting…

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This adds something to my piece on clusters, which I see as an ingredient of how things will be in a future in which there…

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t’s very easy for those, like us, who make policy recommendations to fall into abstract thinking. To forget that policy decisions have a direct impact…

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