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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...
Christopher Tapp
2 min read

A few thoughts prompted by the nomination of Karin…

Karin Jean-Pierre has assumed office on May 13 as White House Press Secretary. As media follows every little change in the White House, especially...
Leslie Zelinka
4 min read

Does Germany pivot to India?

Though Chancellor Scholz has no plans to visit Kyiv in the future, he has plenty to do in Berlin. Just recently, he welcomed India’s...
Leslie Zelinka
2 min read

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...
Christopher Tapp
2 min read

Looking back at the French elections

Party. Champagne. Great speeches. Politicians from all over the world congratulating. But, in the same time, protests on French streets. That was how Emmanuel...
Marta Loeb
3 min read

A less obvious lesson of the French elections

The current issue of Foreign Affairs features a lengthy analysis, written by Francis Fukuyama. It starts with a short but powerful sentence; Liberalism is...
Marta Loeb
2 min read

2017 reloaded: Macron vs Le Pen

Though the results of the first round of the French presidential elections seem to mirror the outcomes of the previous battle five years before,...
Leslie Zelinka
3 min read

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...
Christopher Tapp
3 min read

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