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The coronavirus crisis has caused a large increase in government debts in most countries. To what extent do governments have to increase taxes to repay…

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In the emerging post-Covid and post-Brexit world, there will be a need for a clear sense of direction from government to address longstanding economic problems…

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The future of digital finance in Europe runs through public policy. While there is much excitement about technological advances and the promise they might offer,…

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On 15 November, on the sidelines of an Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) summit, chaired by Vietnam, the world’s largest regional free trade agreement…

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This article appeared in Friends of Europe and Medium The prospect of Joe Biden in the White House is starting to revive hopes of a…

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The NHS has since its inception been a heavily centralised system. Why is that a problem? Is it not the UKs ‘Jewel in the Crown’…

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I have no idea whether Priti Patel will survive as home secretary by the time this post is published. Judging by the debate on the…

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During lock-down, I have made a point of keeping in touch with friends, both local and foreign, living in China. What has struck me is…

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During the 1980s, the German political establishment was rocked by the formation of a new party – the Greens. In West Germany, the anti-nuclear, anti-war,…

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This article appeared in CityAM News broke last week that the UK government is reportedly planning to ban sales of new petrol and diesel cars…

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