Christopher Tapp


91 Stories by Christopher Tapp

Key takeaways from Davos

As COVID-19 is (un)officially over, world leaders and experts could finally meet in person on the World Economic Forum’s Annual meeting in Davos. Taking...
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Fighting inflation … with the help of China?

On May 18, U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen called on the U.S. and its European allies to confront China together. That’s something the American...
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A bad time for politicized legal proceedings

In between the two rounds of French presidential elections, Paris prosecutors announced that they were studying a report by the EU’s fraud agency (commonly...
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Early warnings for a global crisis

Though the pictures emerging from Shanghai or Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Peru are nowhere near as gruesome as the images coming from Ukraine, those...
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The next step: EU-wide solidarity

The EU (and most of the world) has showed an almost incredible level of solidarity towards war-torn Ukraine and towards all the refugees arriving...
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Making a case for the words (instead of the swords)

Right before the Russian invasion, there was a flurry of diplomatic activity in Moscow, with presidents, prime ministers (chancellors) or ministers of foreign affairs...
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European energy supplies revamped by the end of the year? But at what price?

If staunchly anti-nuclear Germany contemplates prolonging the operations of its nuclear power plants (even if it is unlikely to happen, due to a bunch...
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It’s time to unite to protect the common interests

As per Article II. Section 3 of the US Constitution, the president shall “from time to time give to Congress information of the State...
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