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The future of globalisation
Author looks at the most recent collapse in world trade talks, known as the Doha round. Article also explains why the negotiations failed in what it calls the biggest threat to free-trade yet. (The Ec... Read More...


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What Does 'Energy Security' Really Mean?
Artilce looks at the emerging strategies in securing energy supply. A specific focus is given on the geopolitical context of safely acquiring and transporting raw energy products such as oil as well a... Read More...


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Challenges for a Post-Election Mexico
Author outlines the political and economic challenges facing president-elect Calderon. Also addresses implications for American economic and immigration policy. By Pamela K. Starr. (Council on Forei... Read More...


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Israel crisis keeps oil near peak
Article looks at how the current situation in the Middle East involving Israel, Lebanon, Hamas and Hizbullah could contribute to high oil prices and further effects on the world economy. (BBC, 07/14/0... Read More...


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Decision time for the Doha trade round
Article describes the furthering breakdown of international trade talks as WTO deadlines pass. A new proposition on agricultural tariffs and subsidies, called the 20/20/20 deal, is also mentioned and ... Read More...


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The Contributions of Agriculture to Development
Author discusses how much of third world agriculture differs from the agricultural system in the developed world and, what implications these differences might have for agricultural policy in the thir... Read More...


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Tax Inheritance, Not 'Death'
Instead of repealing or scaling back the estate tax, lawmakers should transform it into an inheritance tax. By Maya MacGuineas and Ian Davidoff. (Washington Post, 7/4/2006) Read More...


Germany's Cup Runneth Under
Germany's Cup Runneth Under
Despite a heart-breaking overtime loss to the Azzurri in the World Cup semi-finals, Germany's Football-induced euphoria can't be dampened. This is how Chancellor Merkel might capitalize on it. ... Read More...


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New green firm may be ripe for oil company takeover
Article looks at how the proposed takeover of a biodiesel comany by larger oil firms signals the growing importance of the alternative energy sector. (Terry Macalister, The Guardian, 07/06/06) Read More...


Pirates of the Black Sea
Pirates of the Black Sea
Just in time for the release of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, the Authors discuss Russia as the new Tortuga of International Affairs. By Jens F. Laurson and George A. Pieler. (fir... Read More...


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The India Model
After almost a century of stagnant growth, India has in the past decade transformed itself into a rapidly emerging market. Author descries how India did this not by copying the policies of other Asi... Read More...


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Three Moments of the French Revolt
This article examines the general French resistance to neo-liberalism. Read More...


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Good Reasons for Taxes
Article argues for the importance of taxes and discusses the implications tax cuts have for the American national debt. (by Diane Lim Rogers, Brookings Institution, 4/16/2006) Read More...


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World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)
UN specialized agency that works towards expanding and promoting intellectual property law. Read More...


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Economic Analysis and Research Network (EARN)
Coordinating organization for NGOs and thinktanks around the US which promote labor rights. Read More...


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Economic Policy Institute
An economic policy thinktank which advocates a fair and sustainable economy, with a focus on the living standards of working people. Read More...


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Demystifying Hedge Funds
Author looks at the importance Hedge Funds have in the global marketplace and through what mechanisms they influence the international financial system. Several reasons why political backlashes again... Read More...


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The Return Of Voodoo Economics
Senior Republican leadership in the White House and Senate are painfully misguided in their assurances that tax cuts lead directly to higher federal revenues. By Sebastian Mallaby. (Washington Post, 5... Read More...


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Mexico's Uneasy Choice: The 2006 Presidential Election
Mexico's democracy has freed itself from its authoritarian past, yet it is faltering in its quest to become a modern nation. The country shed the one-party system that Peruvian novelist Mario Vargas L... Read More...


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Military muscles bulging in SE Asia
Southeast Asia's arms market is booming, as governments in the region shell out funds for everything from light arms to fighter jets in a gathering race to keep pace with their neighbors. By David Is... Read More...


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Lamy calls for trade deal revival
Article looks at the WTO boss' calls to revive a push for trade liberalisation. Comments come as countries fail to meet the Doha round's deadline for the third year in the running. (BBC, 05/01/06) Read More...


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Globalization and Economic Development in the Third World: Hazard or Enhancement?
Examines the global economic integration and whether globalization will bring economic growth for Third World countries. By Karla Sosa. (5/2/2006) Read More...


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Evo Morales tilts towards Chavismo
Article examines Bolivia's recent shift towards leftist economics. Current Latin American economic trends are also highlighted and compared with this country's new policies. (FT, 30/04/06) Read More...


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We can now cure Dutch disease
There is a curious phenomenon that economists call the resource curse - so named because, on average, countries with large endowments of natural resources perform worse than countries less well endowe... Read More...


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Why Foreign Aid Has Failed . . . and How to Fix It
After fifty years and more than two trillion dollars in aid, the West has strikingly little to show for its efforts in alleviating global poverty. Why has foreign aid so often failed to achieve result... Read More...


France's Spring Break Perpetuel
France's Spring Break Perpetuel
"Never, never aim legislative reforms at the retired or the young, particularly when the weather is warming up." Jens F. Laurson and George A. Pieler discuss the French student protests against the Read More...


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China acts to rein in its surging economy
Author looks at the recent trends in Chinese monetary anf fiscal policy, and what effects these have on the global economy as a whole. By Keith Bradsher (IHT, 04/28/06) Read More...


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The Vienna Institute for International Relations
Established in 1973 as an independent research institute, The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies is a non-profit organization. Analyses economic and structural developments in China, ... Read More...


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Lithuanian Free Market Institute
A private non-profit, apolitical organization established in 1990; the LFMI‘s team conducts research on key economic and economic policy issues, develops conceptual reform packages, drafts and evaluat... Read More...


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The Kiel Institute for the World Economy
ISS is the leading centre for higher education and research in development studies on the European continent and one of the oldest and largest in the world. As an international academic agency the Ins... Read More...


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