Every international gathering has its own zeitgeist. When national leaders meet at global events or regional conclaves, they swap notes on current policy issues, but a particular sentiment dominates each gathering. It’s often anxiety, relief, solidarity, or determination.
CGD's Scott Morris and Charles Kenny argue the core flaw in the US response to China’s Belt and Road Initiative: the US should recommit to international institutions like the World Bank instead of attempting to provide a direct alternative to BRI.
The fact that the business game takes place in Germany is said to be due to the fact that our neighbor currently holds the presidency of the G7 states. Germany also stands out for its special efforts to abolish the national sovereignty of states. As Amanda Glassman, Vice Chair of the Center for Glob...
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