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Europe's Ever-Closer Disunion

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Euroskeptic parties scored big gains in the just-completed European Parliament election. What impact will the rise of populist forces have on the survival of the single currency, the lives of immigrants, and the future composition of the European Union, and how will consumers, investors, and national policymakers feel the effects?

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    What the G20 Should Do Now

    Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, et al.

    Without further G20 action, the pandemic-induced recession will only deepen, hurting the world’s poorest and most marginalized people the most. Because the group represents 85% of global GDP, it has the capacity to mobilize resources on the scale required – and its leaders must do so immediately.

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