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Harold James
Illiberality
Déclassé: Nothing New Under the Sun

Can we learn anything from past rounds of technological disruption and mass downward socio-economic mobility?

Reviews
Capitalism Da Capo

Authors tapping into the renewed interest in the history and nature of capitalism are stumbling over an unexpected problem: There’s no agreement on what capitalism is.

Channeling Alexander Hamilton

Crushing debt is prompting Europe to look to an unlikely source for wisdom and inspiration: an American Founding Father.

Too Political to Succeed

What made U.S. banks take such disastrous risks? Not what we’ve been led to think.

Recession Regression

Before the collapse of Lehman Brothers, economic theory trumped economic history; no longer. But what does that history tell us?

Mind Your Malthus

Gregory Clark’s A Farewell to Alms aims to spoil our taste for Adam Smith with some warmed-over Malthus.

Growing Pains

The theory that rapid economic growth is politically stabilizing seems too stupid to kill–but Mancur Olson tried.

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Walter Russell Mead & Staff
Violence in Myanmar

Many of Myanmar’s long-suffering Rohingyas are now turning to internationally funded Islamist insurgents to resist the government.

The Shale Rebound

Texas’s Permian Basin has been called “the crown jewel of the world’s oil and gas industry.”

Media Criticism

What’s happening in the Ivory Coast is a story of disappointment, ambition, calculated violence, and betrayal.

East Asian Energy

Why China just canceled more than 100 planned coal plants:

To Russia With Love

Standing beside Putin in Moscow, Moldova’s newly elected president rebuked the EU and gave fresh proof of his intention to pivot toward Russia.

TAI elsewhere

Our own Josef Joffe takes stock of the President-elect’s recent interviews and the likely implications of Trumpist policy on Europe and the world.

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