Saturday, December 3, 2016
  1. L’heure de vérité pour l’Europe

    Philipp Ther
  2. Fillon peut-il battre Le Pen ?

    Hugo Drochon
  3. La Dernière Digue face au populisme

    Dominique Moisi
  4. Ten Consequences of Trump

    Anatole Kaletsky

    Ten Consequences of Trump


     is most worried about the long-term implications of the incoming US administration's agenda.

    trump Mark Wallheiser/ Stringer

    With the Republican Party in full control of the US government, fiscal stimulus will boost economic growth in the short term. But enacting large tax cuts and boosting public spending in an economy already nearing full employment implies accelerating inflation, higher interest rates, or probably some combination of the two. READ MORE

  5. The Disunited Kingdom

    Gordon Brown

    The Disunited Kingdom


     calls for a constitutional convention to rebuild the country after it leaves the European Union.

    Rochdale, UK as most deprived area Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

    Now that the Brexit referendum has revealed the UK's deep regional inequalities, there is a strong case to be made for a more federal union. To reunite the country, its centralist constitution should be revised to account for regional interests and aspirations, and powers should be devolved accordingly. READ MORE

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