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The Brexit Vote in a Historical Context: Part II 1945-1970s

A second part discussion of the historical context of Brexit. The recent Brexit vote has certainly created lots of uneasiness among not only people in the United Kingdom but around the world. The event is complex and the repercussions are … Continue reading

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The Brexit Vote in a Historical Context

The recent Brexit vote has certainly created lots of uneasiness among not only people in the United Kingdom, but around the world. The event is complex and the repercussions are multifaceted. It is hard to talk about the complexity of … Continue reading

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The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB): Tensions Between China and the U.S.?

The week-long state visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping taking place as I write this blog is a lavish affair. But the festivities and fanfare mask underlying tensions between the two economies. One of the sources of tension is the … Continue reading

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Questioning Unbridled Economic Growth, Part 1

Can economic growth continue indefinitely?  Are there limitations to growth? How do we create a healthy balance between growth and quality of life?  These are some of the questions we will be considering in this two part blog. Many of … Continue reading

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