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Alistair Burnett
YaleGlobal
, 12 May 2015
The UK may set conditions for EU on immigration – or go its own way, losing global influence
Chris Miller
YaleGlobal
, 16 April 2015
Stalemate on Greece: Fearing voters’ wrath, European leaders lack courage for a deal on austerity and bailouts
Anastasia Okorochkova
YaleGlobal
, 14 April 2015
Hard times combined with falling oil prices could encourage Russia to lead in sustainability
Chris Miller
YaleGlobal
, 17 March 2015
Europe seeks influence, yet fails to strengthen institutions to stabilize economic and regional security
Joji Sakurai
YaleGlobal
, 19 February 2015
Youth confronting poverty, unemployment, social disdain grasp at extremists’ promises of a higher mission
David R. Cameron
YaleGlobal
, 12 February 2015
French, German, Russian, Ukrainian leaders announce ceasefire, but that may not end Russia’s controlling ways
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Financial Times
, 25 May 2015
Failing to reform, Greece has lost control
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The Wall Street Journal
, 15 May 2015
China is 2nd only to Spain in devoting land for vineyards
The Economist
, 11 May 2015
The crisis in Ukraine and western sanctions drive Russia closer to China
Catherine Field
The New Zealand Herald
, 8 May 2015
British reticence over EU membership alarms the business community
Jane Perlez
The New York Times
, 7 May 2015
Under Xi, China extends influence to far corners of the globe
Jim Yardley
The New York Times
, 5 May 2015
Conflict traps migrants in Libya
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More On Europe

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Economies must adjust to declining fertility rates, pace of technology and shifts toward Asia
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In a wide-ranging interview with YaleGlobal’s Nayan Chanda, Dr. Gro Harlem Brundtland, former Prime Minister of Norway and former Director General of the World Health Organization discussed various challenges facing the world. She expressed guarded optimism about the climate change summit in Paris but was concerned about the growing economic inequality in the developed world and rising anti-immigrant, anti-Islamic sentiment in Europe. Brudtland was one of the intended target of Norwegian anti-Islamic fanatic Anders Behring Breivik who killed dozens of socialist youth in July 2011.
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BOOK EXCERPT
US spends lots on health care than Scandinavian nations with less-than-satisfactory outcomes