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The Nuclear Deal With Iran

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After more than a decade of negotiations, Iran and its US-led interlocutors have come to terms on a deal to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons. But will the agreement promote or undermine stability in the region and beyond?

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    The Real Risks of Australia's Submarine Deal

    Gareth Evans

    While the new AUKUS agreement between Australia, the US, and the UK presents little proliferation or safety risk, it does entail what can be broadly described as political risks. And the most important threat may be to Australia's own sovereignty.

    explains why most of the dangers implied by the new AUKUS agreement with the US and the UK can be minimized.
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    Goldilocks Is Dying

    Nouriel Roubini

    Given today’s high debt ratios, supply-side risks, and ultra-loose monetary and fiscal policies, the rosy scenario that is currently priced into financial markets may turn out to be a pipe dream. Over the medium term, a variety of persistent negative supply shocks could turn today’s mild stagflation into a severe case.

    considers the key variables that will determine growth and inflation trends over the medium term.
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