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Asia Pacific Politics

Is football finally making its way home to China?

The Chinese government is well aware of the benefits of football in promoting their own ideological agenda, nationalism and political unity.

Politics

Rethinking Trump’s electoral win and the current populist wave

Trump’s win and Brexit aren’t the result of economic inequality or globalization, but rather due to basic values and vision.

Economics Europe

Is Britain coming for the tax havens?

While the Criminal Finance Bills lacks several provisions advocates had hoped for, it remains a major step forward in the UK’s ability to tackle tax evasion and fraud in the

Brexit Economics South and Central Asia

Contradictions of Brexit overshadow May’s India visit

Intended as a platform to deliver a positive, global statement on Britain’s future after Brexit, Theresa May’s trade mission to India ultimately underscored the dilemma at the heart of the post-Brexit vision.

Brexit

The UK High Court’s Brexit ruling sparks a new war of roses

The UK’s High Court ruled late last week that Parliament must vote to trigger Brexit. Reaction to this ruling has been as divisive as the Brexit vote it

Brexit Economics Europe

3 risks to post-Brexit investment in the UK

Global venture capitalists devalued their investments in UK tech startups in Q3. Here are three reasons why that trend might continue.

Brexit Finance

Can stimulus measures offset the impact of Brexit?

In August, the Bank of England announced that fiscal stimulus may be an option, but this may not be enough to counter the uncertainty caused Brexit

Europe Politics

5 issues Theresa May faces as Prime Minister

With Parliament returning to work, there are a number of issues that Prime Minister Theresa May faces in both the short and long term.

Europe Politics

The uncertain future of the UK Labour party

The UK Labour party is currently stuck in a fierce civil war, as leader Jeremy Corbyn is being challenged by Owen Smith for the future direction and character of the party.

Economics Europe

Membership in the EU single market matters more than access

The Leave movement confused membership in the EU single market and access to said market. The former is far more important than the latter, and the public deserves to be informed of the difference.