A dream (still) worth fighting for

On the latest issue of IMF's Finance and Development magazine, economist Reza Moghadam argues that the current crisis is an opportune time to look back and reconsider Europe's road to integration. In doing so, he lists and analyses several positive features of this process of integration, stressing their value regardless of all flaws that are … Continue reading A dream (still) worth fighting for

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The Unstoppable Force vs. the Immovable Object

Finally, I've found a good and in-depth article about US-China relations. No wonder why the key word is: contradiction.  From Foreign Policy Could the United States really go to war with China? BY NOAH FELDMAN - MAY 16, 2013 re we on the brink of a new Cold War? The question isn't as outlandish as it … Continue reading The Unstoppable Force vs. the Immovable Object