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Thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall and the protests in Tiananmen Square, the promise of a world of growing democracy has given way to today’s turbulent, fragile international order
By Margaret MacMillan
The Wall Street Journal,  Dec. 28, 2018    E-mail this to a Friend
Decades of convergence are unravelling, forcing other nations into an unwelcome choice
By Edward Luce
Financial Times,  Dec. 20, 2018    E-mail this to a Friend
‘America First’ hit the EU hard but its response has been weak
By Wolfgang Münchau
Financial Times,  Dec. 02, 2018    E-mail this to a Friend
The size of the world’s debt pile at $164tn is now larger than at the height of the global financial crisis. Danger facing investors in fixed-income is driving defensive strategies
By Chris Flood
Financial Times,  Nov. 05, 2018    E-mail this to a Friend
As Armenia’s physicist president tests his theory, Trump intuitively grasps its implications
By John Thornhill
Financial Times,  Sep. 28, 2018    E-mail this to a Friend
Growing debt goes hand-in-hand with growing economies, but it can also be a warning sign
By Aaron Kuriloff
The Wall Street Journal,  Dec. 27, 2018    E-mail this to a Friend
Income gaps between rich and poor countries may also fail to close or even widen
By Steve Johnson
Financial Times,  Dec. 19, 2018    E-mail this to a Friend
Asset managers adopt new approach in era defined by automation, algorithms and big data
By Robin Wigglesworth
Financial Times,  Nov. 20, 2018    E-mail this to a Friend
U.S. investment-grade issuance slipped 34% from September, according to Dealogic
By Joe Wallace
The Wall Street Journal,  Nov. 01, 2018    E-mail this to a Friend
After the crisis the largest groups launched huge lending arms. But will they falter when interest rates rise?
By Mark Vandevelde in New York
Financial Times,  Sep. 20, 2018    E-mail this to a Friend
Shinzo Abe’s government backs away from 2% price target after six years of trying, as it emphasizes jobs growth; a losing game of chicken
By Megumi Fujikawa
The Wall Street Journal,  Dec. 21, 2018    E-mail this to a Friend
We are witnessing an upsurge of the most malign forms of this powerful social force
By Martin Wolf
Financial Times,  Dec. 18, 2018    E-mail this to a Friend
Amazon has just demonstrated the imbalance of power with brazen efficiency
By Sarah O'Connor
Financial Times,  Nov. 13, 2018    E-mail this to a Friend
Is cross-border economic integration really going into reverse?
By Martin Sandbu
Financial Times,  Oct. 01, 2018    E-mail this to a Friend
Two accounts of life during the Raj shed light on a meeting of cultures but also the ugly realities of colonial rule
By Navtej Sarna
Financial Times,  Aug. 31, 2018    E-mail this to a Friend
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