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China was, until recently, seen in the West as a largely beneficial source of economic growth and business opportunities and militarily largely irrelevant.  It is…

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We all want good public services but none of us believe that any of the burdens for paying for them should fall on us. That…

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Founder and first president of our Fifth French Republic, General de Gaulle had an excellent principle for his diplomacy: France recognises states, not regimes. For…

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Three years ago, the Maryland Neighbourhood Exchange was just a dream. We envisioned creating a website listing great local investment opportunities in Baltimore and mobilising…

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I always get into trouble with economists when I claim that there is no such thing as an apolitical economics.  That economics is a branch of…

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This short paper is a response to the UK Treasury’s call for consultation on the Hill Review on the UK prospectus regime which had the…

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A great deal has been correctly made of the need for international funding for the transformations required to adapt to climate change. Yet the UK…

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The US and Canada heat dome, Siberian forest fires, devastating floods in Germany and surrounding countries, and the truly grim fact that the Amazon is…

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On July 14, the European Union unveiled sweeping climate change and emissions targets that would, according to Gulf News, mean “the end of the internal combustion…

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We have one major supermarket in our high street – it’s a Co-op. Though, yes, I know a new Budgens is opening almost opposite. Its…

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