A World In Crisis Needs Both Trade And Aid

As financial conditions tighten, even countries that had seemed on track to prosperity and stability now stare into the abyss of debt distress, fragility and uncertainty about the future. Both aid and trade have key roles to play in reversing the impacts of this quadruple shock and putting the world back on track. Read More […]

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The End Of An Economic Illusion

Coming after a year of high inflation, Russia’s war in Ukraine is forcing a reckoning for policymakers and commentators everywhere. New macroeconomic realities show that the days of mindless demand stimulus, guaranteed bailouts, and activist climate policies must now be put behind us. Read More Here

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A Disrupted Global Recovery

The continuing global recovery faces multiple challenges as the pandemic enters its third year. The rapid spread of the Omicron variant has led to renewed mobility restrictions in many countries and increased labor shortages. Supply disruptions still weigh on activity and are contributing to higher inflation, adding to pressures from strong demand and elevated food […]

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Indebted Sri Lanka Extends A Begging Bowl To China

Sri Lanka’s turn to China amid the island nation’s worst economic crisis in decades risks surrendering more long-term sovereignty in exchange for a short-term financial lifeline. Colombo’s slip into what many critics have characteriSed as a China “debt trap” could see Beijing deepen its strategic footprint in the Indian Ocean, significantly at a time the […]

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