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Global Spectator, by Andrés Ortega New protectionism, less investment?

Although the world has not emerged unchanged, given the oddly lethargic ‘recovery’ –we may indeed have entered what Larry Summers has dubbed ‘secular stagnation’–, the Great Recession that began in 2008 has passed and gone without having seen a major wave of protectionist measures, in contrast to the events [...]

Global Spectator, by Andrés Ortega Farewell Charlemagne: Europe in regions

Some people believe that Europe is undergoing a process of Balkanisation, although the continent’s regionalisation might in fact be something positive, combining unity and diversity. Matthew Karnitschnig in Politico recently warned about Europe becoming what he called ‘EUgoslavia’, hastened by Brexit. In a Union of 28 (27 without the [...]
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