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The Geopolitics of the Renminbi Evolution

Marcus Vinicius De Freitas | June 17, 2019

There is no doubt that the ascension of China, which is at the centre of the global debate, is the most relevant fact of the 21st century. A rising...

Bretton Woods system: did we throw the baby out with the bathwater ? Lessons for developing economies

Mouhamadou M. LY | May 29, 2019

The world economy has gone through several systems to determine a value between country’s currencies. After the Second World War and the so-called...

The UK’s policy towards Africa post-Brexit

Juliana Suess, Project Officer and Research Analyst, RUSI | May 24, 2019

On the eve of Britain’s exit from the European Union, the country is redefining its international approach. The United Kingdom has already taken...

The escalating China-US trade dispute: economic and geopolitical implications for Sub-Saharan Africa

Uri Dadush | May 22, 2019

The trade tensions between the United States and China will cause only minor immediate damage to their giant economies. However, tariffs have...

The Crisis in World Trade

Akman, S., Armstrong, S., Braga, C., Dadush, U. , Gonzalez, A., Kimura, F., Nagakawa, J., Rashish, P., Tamura, A. | May 15, 2019

This policy brief (PB), prepared for the G-20 Working Group on Trade, aims to provide decision-makers with a succinct review of the state of the...

Traps on the Road to High Income

Otaviano Canuto | April 25, 2019

The “middle-income trap” has become a broad designation trying to capture the many cases of developing countries that succeeded in evolving from low...

Seven Predictions About the World Without the WTO

Uri Dadush | April 23, 2019

Imagining world trade without the WTO/GATT system. It was after all, the case through recorded history until around 1950. But today’s economies are...

South Africa’s Economic Slowdown and Its Policy Options

Mouhamadou M. LY | April 18, 2019

South Africa has not been exempted from the recent economic turmoil affecting several emerging countries. As the first second-largest economy on the...

The Outbreak of Peace and Symbolism of the Ethiopian-Eritrean Border

Rida Lyammouri | March 26, 2019

A red carpet was placed to welcome Eritreans to Ethiopia as two land border crossings between the countries were reopened in September, in Zalambessa...

African Union stance on the Sahara issue: incipient change

Mohammed Loulichki | March 20, 2019

Morocco's protracted absence from the Pan-African Institution allowed its’ adversaries to influence the AU into adopting one-sided decisions...

La position de l’Union africaine sur la question du Sahara : le début d’un changement

L’absence prolongée du Maroc de l’Institution panafricaine a permis aux adversaires du Royaume de faire adopter, par l’UA, des décisions à sens...

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