The EU’s new clamp down on Chinese imports is likely to hit the bloc’s own green transition when China retaliates. Louise Curran is Professor of International Business at TBS Education. Cross-posted from The Conversation Europe […]
European Commission President Ursula Von Der Leyen has sided with France in its battle with Germany over Chinese electric vehicle imports. No wonder she is a candidate for the next head of NATO – the […]
Divides among European elites over what to do about the fact that China is miles ahead of Europe when it comes to electric vehicles. Read the article HERE.
Is Marx’s theory of the falling rate of profit still a compelling explanation for economic crises? Michael Roberts is an Economist in the City of London and a prolific blogger. Cross-posted from Michael Roberts’ blog In the […]
The advent of ‘Brics plus’ will have far-reaching consequences for the global system. In ‘Unherd’. Read the article HERE.
An exploration of inequality from many angles. Cross-posted from Branko Milanović’s blog (originally published in French in ‘Atlantico’ here). What is your take on the riots that are going on in France at the moment? […]
The rise of China has led to inequality falling on the global scale over the past 20 years, but that’s highly unlikely to continue. Michael Roberts is an Economist in the City of London and a prolific […]
Sachs talks about Ukraine, de-dollarisation, Taiwan, the Middle East and more in this transcript from an interview with ‘The Creative Process – One Planet podcast / Pearls and Irritations’. Jeffrey D. Sachs, Professor of Sustainable Development and […]
An entirely sensible proposal to end the militarisation of Europe, stop the continent’s growing dependence on US energy, and oppose the US-led agenda to decouple from China. Read the article HERE.
India still has many structural weaknesses which make it unlikely that it can catch-up with China in the near future. In ‘Foreign Policy’. Read the article HERE.