Economics and Globalization News

Infographic: Mexico's Path Towards a Competitive Economy

Jun 30, 2015
This infographic depicts Mexico's path towards a competitive economy and is drawn from our report "A Mandate for Mexico," by Lucy Conger.
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Southern Voices Network: Security and Stability Through Africa-US Relations

Jun 24, 2015
The Southern Voices Network, a consortium of 15 research and policy organizations from across Africa, recently met at the Wilson Center to discuss a range of issues that included peace building and development. Five participants in the conference provide CONTEXT on what’s on the agenda between Africa and the U.S., and also share thoughts on how the United States can more effectively work with various African nations.
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The Obama-Rousseff Meeting: What’s on the Agenda?

Jun 24, 2015
Given the current recession and political climate in Brazil, President Rousseff's upcoming visit to the United States could lay the groundwork for restored prosperity in both its economy and relationship with the United States. In this episode of TRENDING, Brazil Institute Director Paulo Sotero provides an overview of Rousseff's objectives and discusses the potential effects of the meeting on both countries as well as the global community.

In Trouble at Home, Rousseff Travels to Washington

Jun 23, 2015
Paulo Sotero, in this article for the Huffington Post, discusses President Dilma Rousseff's visit to Washington, D.C. at the end of June.

Los acuerdos con China mantienen a Chile en la vanguardia, pero la competencia es fuerte

Jun 21, 2015
Jorge Heine, Latin American Program Global Fellow, is quoted in this article about Chile-China trade agreements. This article is in Spanish.
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TPP Update: Can President Obama’s Trade Agenda Be Saved?

Jun 17, 2015
Wilson Center Public Policy Scholar Kent Hughes responds to the question, “Can TPP be saved?”

CEF Director Jennifer Turner Quoted in a VICE Sports’ Article on the Golf Clamp Down in China

Jun 17, 2015
In China, golfers pay more than $50,000 annually to enjoy what has long been a wealthy person's sport. Now, many club members across the world's most populous nation are probably clamoring to get their money back, because the Party’s aims to fight corruption and preserve the environment.

The Impact of the IMF: Economic Stability or Moral Hazard?

Jun 17, 2015
Wilson Center Public Policy Fellow Meg Lundsager testified before the House of Representatives Subcommittee on Monetary Policy and Trade on June 17, 2015, regarding the importance of approving the 2010 IMF reforms.

What Putin Should Say in St. Petersburg

Jun 17, 2015
"The Kremlin's future direction on Ukraine will inevitably have either a positive or negative impact on economic ties with the West. Turning to a positive page will not only allow consideration of lifting Western-imposed sanctions and Russian counter-sanctions, but also could set the stage for renewed positive economic engagement," writes Jan H. Kalicki.

What Happened to the Trade Deal?

Jun 12, 2015
"Niccolo Machiavelli wrote way back when that it is much safer for a leader to be feared than loved if he cannot be both. With the House defeat Friday of the fast-track trade package, largely thanks to Democratic votes, it appears that President Barack Obama may no longer be either with members of his own Party," writes Linda Killian.

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