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A youth paints a slogan on the wall of the Bank of Greece headquarters as fires caused by petrol bombs thrown by youths burn at the entrance of the bank, during a 24-hour general strike in central Athens, Greece, November 2015.
Capitalism in Crisis
What Went Wrong and What Comes Next
By Mark Blyth
Berlin's Brexit Blues
A Plan to Keep Calm and Carry On
By Parke Nicholson
A supporters of the Nationalist Movement Party (MHP), waves the party flag during an election rally for Turkey's general election on November 1, in Istanbul, Turkey October 18, 2015.
Turkey's Wolf Pack
Can the MHP Change Politics?
By Selim Koru
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At Lagos Fashion and Design Week, Nigeria, October 2013.
The Many Africas
Beyond Continental Caricatures
By Ian H. Solomon
Liquidity crisis: a woman in a dry riverbed in Mauritania, June 2007.
The Innovative Finance Revolution
Private Capital for the Public Good
By Georgia Levenson Keohane and Saadia Madsbjerg
London Falling
British politicians—and many voters—have blamed the European Union for their problems for years. Now they will have to find something new to bang on about as they deal with an economic downturn and increasing strains on their own political unity caused by the decision to leave.
By R. Daniel Kelemen
The New Divided Kingdom
It may be difficult to recall that only four years ago the EU had received the Nobel Prize for, as the committee put it, contributing six decades “of peace and reconciliation, democracy, and human rights in Europe.” And yet one single but mighty vote has potentially set in motion the unraveling of the European project.
By John McCormick
The Truth About American Unemployment
Fears of a “jobless recovery” have proved unfounded: the U.S. unemployment rate is now lower than it was before the financial crisis of 2008. Yet one aspect of the labor market has stubbornly refused to budge: the labor-force participation rate. Bold policies can improve how the U.S. labor market functions and help more Americans obtain higher-paying jobs.
By Jason Furman
Australia's Unusual Election
On July 2, Australians will head to the polls. Malcolm Turnbull, the prime minister, is seeking a second term for his conservative Liberal-National coalition against Bill Shorten’s Labor Party.
By Anika Gauja
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