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Debate Corner North America Politics

October revelations impact the U.S. election

Living up to the promise of an “October surprise,” October 2016 has realized daily revelations with implications for the U.S. election.

Debate Corner North America Politics

What will happen in the US election?

GRI Debate: What are the key factors that will affect election day and the upcoming presidency? Election day is fast approaching and, as Trump regains momentum, the outcome is all

Debate Corner North America Politics

Syria will define the future of Hillary Clinton’s uneasy presidency

Despite tightening polling, Democrat Hillary Clinton is still favored to win the U.S. presidency—an already uneasy presidency that is likely to be defined by an even more unstable Syria.

Debate Corner North America Politics

Why Texas is turning into a swing state

In this debate series, Lauren Maffeo argues why Texas is turning into a “swing state” that may start to go blue for the first time in decades.

Debate Corner Finance International

Are emerging markets still a good investment?

Is the era of the BRICS over? In this debate, GRI asked two of its top analysts about the future of emerging economies.

Debate Corner Finance International

Emerging markets are headed for trouble

Investors are currently tapping emerging markets in droves. That is soon about to stop as the Fed eventually raises rates and political risks intensify.

Brexit Debate Corner Economics

Can Britain survive economically post-Brexit?

In June, Britain voted to leave the European Union after decades of membership. The political consequences were immediately apparent, but the economic consequences are still to be determined.

Brexit Debate Corner Economics

Why a post-Brexit Britain can survive in the global economy

In this debate series, GRI asked: can a Post-Brexit Britain survive in the global economy? Analyst Rayhan Chouglay argues that yes, it can, and even prosper. Read the opposing side

Brexit Debate Corner Economics

The United Kingdom’s turbulent post-Brexit future

In this debate series, GRI Analyst Etienne Desjardins argues that London will see lose its claim to financial capital of the world in the post-Brexit era..

Debate Corner Economics South and Central Asia

Will Modi be able to fix India’s economy?

GRI Debate: Will Modi’s gradual economic reforms be effective? Narendra Modi was elected as India’s PM on a wave of optimism in 2014. Since his election, Modi, previously known for