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Project Syndicate: Why the economy’s strength won’t help Republicans in November

The U.S. economy’s strength should boost Republicans’ prospects in congressional elections this November, writes Michael Boskin. But polls currently show that Democrats will retake one or both chambers of Congress.

Project Syndicate: Turkey has torn up the playbook on dealing with emerging-market criseswdxefcqufszuzezftuxetqsqxt

Whether by accident or design, Turkey is trying to rewrite the chapter on crisis management in the emerging-market playbook, writes Mohamed El-Erian.

Project Syndicate: Google earned its dominance on merit, not by abusing antitrust law

Google owes its dominant market position to talent and ingenuity and shouldn’t be punished by antitrust regulators in Europe, writes Pascal Salin.

Project Syndicate: How the financial crisis led to the West’s confrontation with Putin

Historian Adam Tooze says the events of 2008 taught two painful and deeply disconcerting lessons: First, capitalism is prone to disasters. Second, global growth did not strengthen the unipolar order led by the West.

Project Syndicate: How Trump is undermining his own success in building a stronger economy

The Trump administration has adopted a few measures that could increase long-run growth rates, but Trump’s attacks on institutions will undermine much of his success, writes Kenneth Rogoff.

Project Syndicate: Trump hasn’t learned that it’s nearly impossible to win a trade war

The president isn’t considering that he could be hurting the U.S. and helping China.
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The Phony US-China Truce

There is no shortage of precedents for the approach to the escalating trade dispute taken by Donald Trump and Xi Jinping. But if the US economy shows signs of falling into recession, Trump will need to blame someone – and in this case, we can be relatively certain about who that will be.

The Leadership of Cities

To meet the complex challenges of the twenty-first century, the strengths and expertise of every level of government must be leveraged. That is why cities have emerged as leaders in the effort to tackle issues like climate change and migration.

Women, Work, and India’s Rickshaw Revolution

Despite rising education levels, only about a quarter of Indian women work; inadequate and unsafe public transportation is a major reason. To increase female participation in the labor force, one of the most promising solutions is to upgrade an old favorite.

Climate Action Trumps Trump

President Donald Trump continues to deny the realities of man-made climate change, even in the face of warnings by his own administration that it will impose massive costs on the US. Fortunately, in the absence of federal leadership, businesses, citizens, and state and local governments are taking a…

Gandhi and the End of Empire

Two new books bring sharply different perspectives to bear on the history of British imperialism in India up until the end of the Raj in 1947. Together, they offer important insights into how national political identities can evolve on the basis of self-awareness or self-delusion.

A Second Chance for Britain

In 1950, the British reacted with a mixture of horror and disdain to the proposed European Coal and Steel Community, suspecting a French plot to lure a pragmatic people into some utopian foreign project. The basic arguments against “Europe” have not changed at all since then, unlike the consequences…
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