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Sebastian Mallaby
The Corporate Income Tax Is Outdated

Midway through September, Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign ran into some turbulence. Captured on a clandestine camera, Romney was found to have disparaged the alleged entitlement mentality of the 47 percent of Americans who pay no income tax. But even as Romney’s liberal critics rejoiced in his embarrassment, they seemed strangely unapologetic about their own brand […]

Hedging Risk

We have to learn to live with a large and sophisticated financial sector.

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Hugging the News Cycle
The Burgeoning Burgos

Will Mexico be the first to replicate America’s fracking success?

Under Pressure

But this may be more about pressuring Pyongyang than chastising Cairo.

Pressuring Pyongyang

Treasury turns up the heat on Pyongyang’s enablers in Moscow and Beijing.

April 8 2024

This year’s total solar eclipse was fun, but the next one will expose solar power’s biggest weakness.

German Election Watch

With her opponents already on the back foot, Merkel takes aim at the former SDP leader’s Russian business ties.

Poisoning the Well

Turkey’s President Erdogan has declared that all three of Germany’s largest parties are the enemies of Turks.

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