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In this issue of our Globalisation Outlook we examine: Has China become trapped in the usual authoritarian cycle of aggression and paranoia from which it…

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We have taken the view that COVID-19 will accelerate the many trends – good and bad – that have already been visible for some time….

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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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As of December 11th the WTO appellate body will cease to function following US refusal to appoint new judges. In effect, the WTO dispute resolution…

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Whether it’s Brexit, EU-China, US-EU relations, the business of political prediction has become a mug’s game leading to market volatility and potential financial instability Will…

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As the digital giants (FANGs) are described by Bloomberg as not so much disrupting the economy but “eating it alive”, there is evidence of a…

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International trade as a percentage of GDP soared in the post-war years. In this issue of our Globalization Outlook we ask: was it ever viable…

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In this month’s Open Markets Outlook: Competition regulators seem to be finding the grit to take on monopoly power. Is it enough? The new chair of…

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In this month’s Globalisation Outlook we argue that the US-China trade conflict is perilously close to escalation a growing perception that the US economy is…

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“Those who seek to disembarrass a country of its entanglements should be very slow and wary. It should not be a matter of tearing up…

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