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David Dapice
YaleGlobal
, 7 July 2015
Greece is both defiant and desperate; EU leaders wonder if the small economy is worth saving
Matthew Rojansky and Mykhailo Minakov
YaleGlobal
, 23 June 2015
Ukrainian leaders, under siege from Russian and separatist forces, resist constructive criticism
Chris Miller
YaleGlobal
, 18 June 2015
Turkey’s coalition politics could swing right toward nationalism or left toward deals with Kurds and the EU
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
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Richard Gowan
World Politics Review
, 21 July 2015
International cooperation is increasingly more difficult
Nick Apoifis
The Sydney Morning Herald
, 16 July 2015
EU should monitor both budget and political trends
Paul Taylor and Renee Maltezou
Reuters
, 13 July 2015
New austerity measures include trust fund for state assets and privatization
Pavel K. Baev
Brookings
, 10 July 2015
Russia is in no position to rescue Greece
Bernard-Henri Lévy
Project Syndicate
, 8 July 2015
European leaders who say "no" to Greece are democratic, too
Peter Müller and René Pfister
Spiegel Online
, 6 July 2015
Tsipras resents the IMF and other rescuers
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Infrastructure investment could help ease a slowdown in China’s economy
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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