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Malin Ekman

Malin Ekman

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Malin Ekman is a US correspondent for Svenska Dagbladet.

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  1. After the Fall
    op_mekman_Photo_Simone Padovani_Awakening_Getty Images_1021699850 Photo by Simone Padovani/Awakening/Getty Images

    After the Fall

    Jan 2, 2020 Ian Buruma interviewed by about #MeToo, “cancel culture,” the Nobel prize in literature, and the state of liberal democracy.

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  1. rpersaud15_Danny Lawson - WPA PoolGetty Images_prince philip Danny Lawson - WPA Pool/Getty Images

    A Requiem for the Stiff Upper Lip

    Raj Persaud & Adrian Furnham

    With the passing of Prince Philip on April 9, the United Kingdom may have lost its last exponent of the stoic attitude that has defined so much of its modern history. Nonetheless, other cultures have picked up the baton, and modern society will always have a need for those who excel at keeping calm and carrying on. 

    wonder if Prince Philip's signature stoicism still has a place in contemporary society.
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  2. op_schauble6_YANNSCHREIBERAFPviaGettyImages_ecbcovid Yann Schreiber/AFP via Getty Images

    Are We Risking a Debt Pandemic?

    Wolfgang Schäuble

    Even in a crisis as grave as the COVID-19 pandemic, money is not a panacea, and borrowing makes sense only if it is carried out prudently and reasonably. Otherwise, states will jeopardize their long-term financial flexibility, price stability, and competitiveness.

    worries that monetization of pandemic-related government borrowing will boost inflation and erode competitiveness.
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