This year marks the most volatile political risk environment in the postwar period, at least as important to global markets as the economic recession of 2008.
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The year central banks risk becoming political pawns
What a weaker Merkel in 2017 means for Europe
Why 2017 is the year China risks a major overreaction
This is the Year of Unknown Risks
Energy East pipeline viability could come down to timing
Jakarta race affects the national reform agenda on many fronts, especially religion.
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Even as India's economy surges ahead, it has bested China in an unenviable metric: air pollution
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America first, NAFTA second, European nationalism, who’s up and down in Trump’s world
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The global order that prevailed since the end of the Second World War has hit its limits. The result: a G-Zero world characterized by a growing vacuum in global governance.
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