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The Changing Nature of Country Risk in the Age of Globalisation and Donald Trump

November 23, 2017

By Michel-Henry Bouchet In today’s global economy, the concept of Country Risk has been evolving. In this article, the author elaborates on the changing

China

Canada-China Trade Amid NAFTA Friction

December 8, 2017

By Dan Steinbock As tensions prevail in the NAFTA talks, Canada is hedging its bets by fostering consensus for a trade agreement with China.   On Sunday,

Global Economy

Canada-China Trade Amid NAFTA Friction

December 8, 2017

By Dan Steinbock As tensions prevail in the NAFTA talks, Canada is hedging its bets by fostering consensus for a trade agreement with China.   On Sunday,

Climate Change & Society

Nuclear Power and Public Fear in the Era of Climate Change

November 25, 2017

By Scott Montgomery To discuss nuclear power requires discussion of public anxiety, particularly fear of radiation. Such fear exaggerates levels of actual risk



Europe

Uzbekistan – A Voice from Eurasia

December 3, 2017

By Peter Koenig   Uzbekistan is a peaceful friendly country, smiling faces, many of them struggling to make a living, but still smiling. Uzbekistan is a

Personal Finance

Everyone Should Know How Long the American IRS Can Audit

November 20, 2017

By Robert W. Wood The American IRS is known throughout the world, and FATCA, the US global reporting law, has extended its reach.  Everyone should know how

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World Politics

The Changing Nature of Country Risk in the Age of Globalisation and Donald Trump

November 23, 2017

By Michel-Henry Bouchet In today’s global economy, the concept of Country Risk has been evolving. In this article, the author elaborates on the changing

Business & Innovation

What it Takes for Chinese Companies to Succeed Abroad

November 28, 2017

By David De Cremer International expansion is one of the keys to a firm’s success and stability. In this article, the author outlines how Chinese companies

Development

Exaggerated Alarm and Destructive Excursions: Anti-Proliferation Policy and The Case of North Korea

November 28, 2017

By John Mueller The consequences of nuclear proliferation have been substantially benign: those who have acquired the weapons have “used” them simply to

Brexit

Brexit – How the British People were Hacked

November 28, 2017

By Graham Vanbergen In today’s context, social engineering has now moved on – dramatically. It refers to the manipulation of people into performing

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