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Anastassia Fedyk

Anastassia Fedyk

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Anastassia Fedyk is Assistant Professor of Finance at the University of California, Berkeley.

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  1. Russia’s Opposition Leaders Are Irrelevant to Ukraine
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    Russia’s Opposition Leaders Are Irrelevant to Ukraine

    Mar 8, 2023 Anastassia Fedyk, et al. denounce efforts by anti-Kremlin forces to appropriate Ukraine’s cause for their own purposes.

  2. No More “Chicken Kiev” for Ukraine
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    No More “Chicken Kiev” for Ukraine

    Dec 28, 2022 Yuriy Gorodnichenko, et al. explain why the world must provide all the military resources the country needs to defeat Russia.

  3. How to Organize Reconstruction Aid for Post-War Ukraine
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    How to Organize Reconstruction Aid for Post-War Ukraine

    Jul 20, 2022 Yuriy Gorodnichenko, et al. explore the difficult choices that could make or break the country's recovery.

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    Freedom Without Justice

    Slavoj Žižek

    At the end of European Communism, there was a widespread, euphoric hope that freedom and democracy would bring a better life; eventually, though, many lost that hope. The problem, under both Communism and the new liberal dispensation, was that those pursuing grand social projects had embraced ideology instead of philosophy.

    considers what an Albanian Marxist philosopher can tell us about liberty in today's world.
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    Can National Reconciliation Defeat Populism?

    Maciej Kisilowski & Anna Wojciuk

    For the US, Slovakia's general election may produce another unreliable allied government. But instead of turning a blind eye to such allies, as President Joe Biden has been doing with Poland, or confronting them with an uncompromising stance, the US should spearhead efforts to help mend flawed democracies.

    reflect on the outcome of Slovakia's general election in the run-up to Poland's decisive vote.
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    Not Destined for War

    Joseph S. Nye, Jr. rejects historical analogies implying that zero-sum conflict between the US and China is inevitable.
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    Is “Peace Through Commerce” Dead?

    Harold James doubts that new conflicts and rivalries justify a full-scale rejection of European-style economic engagement.
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    Putin and Kim’s Cartoon Summit

    Nina L. Khrushcheva thinks that Russia's recent meeting with North Korea was intended primarily as a warning to the South.
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    Saudi Arabia’s New Nationalism

    Bernard Haykel explains the reasoning behind the Kingdom's ongoing domestic- and foreign-policy transformation.
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    The Green Growth Mindset

    Gernot Wagner sees doctrinaire debates about capitalism as irrelevant or even deleterious to the decarbonization effort.
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    Africa Is the Future of Multilateralism

    Mark Malloch-Brown explains why the continent should be at the forefront of efforts to bring about international reforms.
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    A Chinese Bubble Long in the Making

    Yi Fuxian traces the long roots of the country's mounting economic and financial problems.

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