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Jeremy Adelman

Jeremy Adelman

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Jeremy Adelman is Director of the Global History Lab at Princeton University.

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  1. The New History Wars
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    The New History Wars

    Sep 22, 2020 Jeremy Adelman & Andrew Thompson think de-escalating the culture war over public monuments will require difficult sacrifices from all sides.

  2. The Moral Crisis of the Pandemic
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    The Moral Crisis of the Pandemic

    Apr 15, 2020 Jeremy Adelman worries that the pandemic’s renewed emphasis on locality is creating an ethical minefield for the planet.

  3. The Politics of Frustration in Latin America
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    The Politics of Frustration in Latin America

    Oct 29, 2019 Jeremy Adelman & Pablo Pryluka trace the protests sweeping the region to the absence of obvious alternatives to failed globalization.

  4. A More Dangerous Globalism
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    A More Dangerous Globalism

    Mar 23, 2017 Jeremy Adelman & Anne-Laure Delatte remind us that today's nationalists have their own vision of world order.

  5. The Crisis of Our Crises
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    The Crisis of Our Crises

    Sep 7, 2015 Jeremy Adelman & Anne-Laure Delatte argue that today's global trouble spots reflect the erosion of international integration.

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    Tax the Rich to Save the Planet

    Owen Gaffney argues that reducing economic inequality is the key to strengthening democracy and mitigating climate change.
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    Is Globalization Over?

    Joseph S. Nye, Jr. explains why reports of the death of humanity's interdependence are greatly exaggerated.
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    Putin and Trump in the Dock?

    Jack Goldsmith explains the risks associated with pursuing criminal prosecutions against high-profile political figures.
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    The Great Revision

    Joschka Fischer examines the broader geopolitical restructuring that was triggered by Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine.
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    Why Inflation Persists

    Lars P. Feld

    What "Team Transitory" has missed in the inflation debate is that inflation tends to become persistent because of second-round effects. Not only have producer prices risen over the past year or so, but they also have not yet been fully passed through the value chain.

    navigates the complex array of factors that give rise to one of the biggest problems in macroeconomics.
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    Wanted: Vladimir Putin

    Antara Haldar explains why the International Criminal Court’s indictment is more than just a symbolic victory.
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    Here We Go Again?

    Fifteen years after the collapse of the US investment bank Lehman Brothers triggered a devastating global financial crisis, the banking system is in trouble again. Central bankers and financial regulators each seem to bear some of the blame for the recent tumult, but there is significant disagreement over how much – and what, if anything, can be done to avoid a deeper crisis.

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    The Coming Doom Loop

    Nouriel Roubini warns that liquidity support will not be enough to prevent a deeper financial crisis and economic downturn.
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    Crises of Uncertainty

    Harold James fears the consequences of policymakers’ continual revision of economic and financial governance rules.

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