First it was capital controls (no one talks about the success of Iceland with this policy) that the IMF revised. Now it is what the IMF refers to as “The policy that shall not be name”, Indutrial Policy, that is being rehabilitated.
A central theme of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s tour of African countries, which began yesterday, will be the expansion of the EU’s defense against refugees. As government circles confirmed, following Merkel’s talks yesterday in Senegal, she […]
Nobel laureate James Buchanan is the intellectual lynchpin of the Koch-funded attack on democratic institutions, argues Duke historian Nancy MacLean Read here
The EU courts are too often the backstop to protect transnational corporations against attempts by national governments to regulate them. Read here