“May you live in interesting times”, as the old Chinese curse goes. Europe and the rest of the world are definitely going through one of the most interesting periods of political upheaval since the fall of the Berlin wall. We now live in an era where the unthinkable happens, repeatedly. Take Britain’s decision to withdraw
by Ignacy Morawski Economically, the next 12-18 months promise to be a buoyant time for the nations of Central Europe. Global manufacturing activity has perked up since the late summer of 2016, providing a strong tailwind for the region – an industrial powerhouse closely connected to German companies. There are, however, some storm clouds looming over
by Enrico Colombatto True to his campaign pledge to make “America first,” President Donald Trump has repeatedly asserted that he will do all it takes to boost wages and corporate profits. The slogan is understood as a promise to enforce aggressive trade policies and has become one of the main targets of Mr. Trump’s opponents.
by Carole Nakhle When experts, policy makers and commentators discuss major technological developments in the energy sector, their attention is often focused on modern renewables, which they describe as disruptive technologies. If one takes a closer look at the data, however, a clear fact emerges: the impact of new technologies in fossil fuels, specifically those developed
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