Data governance: EU-China competition approaches

China sponsors an alternative global approach to data governance. The European Union is required to seek power tools, other than regulation.

RMB internationalization and the BRI: reality or fantasy?

There has been a great deal of scholarship focusing on Chinese attempts to internationalize the Renminbi (RMB)

Global Spectator, by Andrés Ortega President Biden and the shadow of Trumpism

Joe Biden has prevailed over Trump the person, but will have to deal with the ghost of Trump’s populism (Trumpism).

The consequences of COVID-19 on developing and emerging economies

Dealing with COVID-19 poses a challenge to every nation but the challenges faced by developing and emerging economies are different.

Whither conservatism?

The right is commanding politics but what kind of right is it? Is it the broadly liberal conservatism or an illiberal hard right?

Full decarbonisation is coming: time to plan for the last 20% emission reductions from 80% to 100%

In recent months the EU has significantly increased its decarbonisation ambition to make Europe the first carbon neutral continent by 2050.

Global Spectator, by Andrés Ortega God, arms and law: Biden or Trump, nothing will be as before

The breach between concepts like: God, arms and the law has become a domestic issue in the US. How will Trump or Biden face this?

US election 2020: digital foreign policy

Technology is not a top-tier issue in both Biden and Trump’s campaigns. Impacts on digital foreign policy may be significant.

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