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Red Herring & Black Swan


The traditional statistics on greenhouse gases don’t capture emissions related to trade, shipping, or international aviation. But that’s not the only reason they’re misleading. …

Helping companies battling US and Chinese competition, there are better ways for the EU than abandoning merger control.


In 2014, Jean-Claude Juncker became commission president because the European Parliament pushed him as Spitzenkandidat. But that flawed system may not survive the 2019 …


The question of whether Germany needs to develop its own nuclear weapon is leading nowhere. It makes more sense to think about realistic scenarios …


The United States’ military isn’t the only one with drones.

Red Herring & Black Swan: The Other Pivot to Asia

When European countries joined the Beijing-led Asia Infrastructure and Investment Bank against the White House’s wishes in 2015, they foreshadowed today‘s transatlantic trade rupture. …


There‘s much talk about the likely costs of Brexit for British companies. But European businesses would do well readying themselves for impact, too. Paris, …