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Vladislav Inozemtsev

Vladislav Inozemtsev

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Vladislav Inozemtsev is Founder and Director of Moscow’s Centre for Post-Industrial Studies.

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  1. Why Putin Should Fear Belarus
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    Why Putin Should Fear Belarus

    Jul 2, 2020 Vladislav Inozemtsev shows why the country's upcoming presidential election could weaken the Russian leader's regime.

  2. Putin Doesn’t Care About Economic Growth
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    Putin Doesn’t Care About Economic Growth

    Jun 27, 2019 Vladislav Inozemtsev predicts that, with liberalization off the agenda, Russia is facing more stagnation or a mild recession.

  3. Good Oligarch, Bad Oligarch
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    Good Oligarch, Bad Oligarch

    Jul 31, 2018 Vladislav Inozemtsev calls for more nuance when it comes to identifying which wealthy Russians deserve Western scrutiny.

  4. Russia’s Cold War Habit
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    Russia’s Cold War Habit

    May 17, 2017 Vladislav Inozemtsev blames Russian leaders for the third major confrontation with the West since the nineteenth century.

  5. Russia’s Flirtation With Fascism
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    Russia’s Flirtation With Fascism

    Jul 29, 2016 Vladislav Inozemtsev characterizes the regime as a tamer version of the model that took hold in interwar Europe.

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    Nationalists Abroad

    Ian Buruma explains how displacement can make expatriates and minorities more susceptible to extremist ideologies.
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    All Talk, No Dialogue on Asian Security

    Richard Maude

    Calls at this year’s Shangri-La Dialogue in Singapore to improve military-to-military communication between the US and China, especially in light of increasingly aggressive encounters at sea and in the air, fell on deaf ears. Despite the best efforts of the US and its allies, China is in no hurry to re-engage.

    considers the implications of the complete collapse of defense diplomacy between the US and China.
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    How AI Can Even the Climate Playing Field

    Maxwell Gomera shows how artificial intelligence can strengthen low-income countries' hand in global negotiations.
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    Strengthening the Global Balance Sheet

    Olivia White, et al. outline four medium-term scenarios for the world economy, each implying dramatically different outcomes.
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    The Ukraine-Russia Culture War

    Yuriy Gorodnichenko & Ilona Sologoub survey the heated battles that have been playing out far from the physical battlefield.
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    The Poverty of AI Pessimism

    Jim O'Neill questions the increasingly popular sentiment that the technology will be economically destabilizing.
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    The Post-American Middle East

    Mark Leonard explains how the region became a laboratory for a future in which the US is not the sole hegemon.
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    How to Think About Climate-Tech Solutions

    Gernot Wagner

    To think that technology will save us from climate change is to invite riskier behavior, or moral hazard. Whether a climate solution creates new problems has little to do with the solution, and everything to do with us.

    offers lessons for navigating a field that is fraught with hype, unintended consequences, and other pitfalls.
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    Can the ECB Escape Its Own Trap?

    Otmar Issing examines the policy dilemma facing central banks as they try to shrink their bloated balance sheets.

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