Economics

Dynamics at Work in Global Society: An Interview with Hilton Root

March 23, 2014 by Hilton Root
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Hilton Root discusses the analytical framework in his book “Dynamics Among Nations” and offers insights to policymakers, arguing that they must adapt their decision-making processes to reflect today’s increasingly complex and dynamic networks.

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On Artificial Intelligence and Meta-Geopolitics

February 14, 2014 by Nayef Al-Rodhan
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In the era of artificial intelligence, we must expand our views of the means and ways through which state power is defined and the range of resources that contribute to it.

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2014 Global Risk Forum: An Introduction by Dean James Stavridis

February 6, 2014 by James G. Stavridis
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Dean of The Fletcher School, James G. Stavridis, introduces the 2014 Global Risk Forum, identifying the top five risks to global stability in the year ahead.

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How Free Trade Can Revitalize Transatlantic Relations

January 23, 2014 by Erik Brattberg
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Notwithstanding recent strains on the U.S.-EU relationship, pressing forward with a transatlantic free trade agreement is a promising way forward for economic growth and political and security cooperation.

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The Case for Continued Faith in Emerging Markets

January 22, 2014 by Ali Wyne
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Despite newfound pessimism in some quarters, emerging markets will continue to figure prominently in the global economy.

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Limited Talktime: Vodafone vs. India

December 5, 2013 by Deborshi Barat
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The Indian government’s battle with Vodafone over back taxes limits foreign direct investment prospects for the near future.

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