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For a long time many have been wondering whether Central Banks had any effective ammunition left to combat the next crisis. The next crisis is…

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The COVID-19 pandemic has shone a bright light on how policy is made in today’s world, and the pressures to which it is subject. I…

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“It’s not fair!” This is one of the most common utterances to come out of young children’s mouths. A sense of fairness seems somehow ingrained…

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My suggestion for businesses wanting to prepare for the shape of the future relationship with the UK as of the start of 2021: assume that…

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During the 2015 UK election campaign, I remember a clip of a politician being asked by potential voters what she was going to do about…

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We cannot yet be sure how many lives have already been tragically lost to the coronavirus outbreak, nor how many are still to be lost…

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In Germany, the ruling CDU initially formed a government in Thuringia with the supporting votes of elected members of the AfD – described as a…

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In this issue we make the point, again, that international trade and globalization issues are primarily about politics not about economics Despite its relative economic…

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Will Brexit galvanize change in the Eu or is it business as usual?

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