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Food, the UK and Brexit: an even messier reprise of Corn Laws politics?

We see Liam Fox warming up a US-UK trade deal, while Michael Gove assures consumers that animal welfare and food q...   [ continue reading...]

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North America is your future

Economic globalisation, as a process, ended around 2008. So what does the future global economic landscape look li...   [ continue reading...]

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Doklam is the Result of China Rapidly ‘Drifting In’, Not Bhutan and India Drifting Apart

Bhutan may be a 'small' nation but it is as concerned about the sanctity of its territory and way of life as any other sovereign state. The post Doklam is the R...   [ continue reading...]

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China Seeks to Export Its Green Finance Model to the World

Hand in hand with the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), the People’s Bank of China (PBoC) disembarked in the...   [ continue reading...]

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The Unraveling of the US State

U.S. imperialismby BAR contributor Danny Haiphong Born in genocide and slavery, the U.S. state “can neither reform itself out of economic crisis without a...   [ continue reading...]

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China’s new policy tracking Muslims’ phones adds to rise in global Islamophobia

Citizens in Xinjiang, a Muslim-majority province, are being forced to install a mobile surveillance app or risk a 10-day jail sentence.Uighur (also Uyghur) ethn...   [ continue reading...]

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Don't Worry About New Alabama Mad Cow, Says CDC, but Facts Suggest Otherwise

Government agencies protect big agriculture at the expense of our health. Don't worry, eat your hamburger. That's what the CDC is saying as another "mad...   [ continue reading...]

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G20: The Second Berlin War Against Africa

Africa neocolonialismby Yash Tandon With German bankers in the lead, the West is waging economic war against Africa, as was evident at the latest G20 meeting. &...   [ continue reading...]

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What Liu Xiaobo’s Death Says About China’s Two Futures

Gina Anne Tam, Jeffrey Wasserstrom China’s president has crafted an increasingly progressive image for himself abroad, while stifling dissent at home. Th...   [ continue reading...]

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In Kathmandu’s Support for BRI, an Old Story of India Losing Ground in Nepal

As the Doklam stand-off continues, is Nepal set to make another foreign policy shift away from India and towards China, as it did in the 1960s? The post In Kath...   [ continue reading...]

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Did China’s Rapid Growth Come at the Cost of More Inequality?

China’s development model appears to be more egalitarian than that of the US, but less so than those in European countries. The post Did China’s Rap...   [ continue reading...]

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Mud-Slinging, Chest-Thumping: Media Reports From India and China Mirror Ongoing Political Impasse

How have the Indian and Chinese media been covering the Doklam standoff? The post Mud-Slinging, Chest-Thumping: Media Reports From India and China Mirror Ongoin...   [ continue reading...]

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US Occupation Has Already Begun and Is Being Conducted by ExxonMobil

Venezuela Oilby Mision Verdad The U.S. and the world’s largest corporation, ExxonMobil, have prioritized the overthrow of Venezuela’s socialist gove...   [ continue reading...]

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The Bilateral Relationship that Matters

Which is the most important bilateral relationship in the international arena today? Many analysts would argue that it is the relationship between the United St...   [ continue reading...]

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Can Cities and States Step Up to Fight Climate Change?

(AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli) California Governor Jerry Brown, surrounded by lawmakers, speaks of the passage of a pair of climate change measures on Ju...   [ continue reading...]

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RCEP Discussions on Ecommerce: Gathering Steam in Hyderabad

Sixteen countries from Asia-Pacific are meeting in Hyderabad for the 19th round of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) which takes place in I...   [ continue reading...]

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How the 'business case' for gender equality sidelines human rights

Women’s rights at work are an investment in their dignity. If we want to talk about economic returns, let&rs...   [ continue reading...]

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13 Bright Spots and Optimistic Thinkers Challenge the Dark Future of Trump

Positive views and a good sense of progressive history will help us fight the Trump disasters. We all recognize the darkness that has descended upon us as...   [ continue reading...]

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How capitalist is China today?

A paper that explores the nature of Chinese reforms since 1978   [ continue reading...]

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What Is Behind the Renegotiation of NAFTA? Trumpism and the New Global Economy

President Trump leaves the stage following a rally on June 21, 2017, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. (Photo: Scott Olson / Getty Images) Contrary to Trump's public sta...   [ continue reading...]

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