From Hubris to Disgrace: The End of Finance as we Know it…

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By Mark Esposito and Terence Tse In this article, Mark Esposito (co-editor with O’Sullivan and Allington of the book From Hubris to Disgrace) and Terence...

Calling Both Clinton and Trump Unpopular and Untrustworthy is Seriously Misleading

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By Neil H. Buchanan Polling results do not demonstrate that Clinton and Trump are nearly equally reviled, notwithstanding the ubiquitous media narrative. To say that...

America’s Iran Policy and the Undermining of International Order

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By Flynt Leverett & Hillary Mann Leverett Strategic competition between America and Iran will shape not only the Middle East’s balance of power, but also...

China’s Global Tectonic Shifts: The Dawn of a New Era

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By Jean-Pierre Lehmann China has new political leadership. The newness of the new era, however, is by no means limited to the new leadership. The...

The United Nations Charter and Extra-State Warfare: The U.N. Grows Up

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By Charles H. Camp & Theresa Bowman In recent years, the United Nations has come under attack as wholly inadequate to confront the modern realities...

The Responsibility to Participate: The Problem of Global Engagement in Responding to the...

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By Charles H. Camp and Theresa Bowman Despite the unanimous agreement of United Nations member states to commit as an international community to global humanitarian...

Putting Mind into Markets

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By David Tuckett The 2008 financial crisis showed that human emotion has a critical impact on financial markets. The newly established discipline of 'emotional finance',...

China and Latin America: Connected and Competing

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By Kayla Chen & Xiangming Chen   The Global Rise of China The rise of China has stolen more headlines than any other global issue these days,...
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Is this the end of trickle-down economics?

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By Graham Vanbergen The global pandemic has changed everything, highlighting the failures of economic policy that has dominated the Western world for the last 50...

50+ Shades of World Debt

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Imagine if one day your debt piled so high you owed more than three times your income.  For an individual, it’s a nightmare scenario. Unimaginable....