The French economy faces many challenges; but Britain can learn much from its attitude to long-term investment.
Autonomous Monetary Policy
By Finn Anderson
Finance’s “Wild West” Tamed: The Fall of Crypto and the Future of the SEC
By Jack Horrigan Throughout the world, and perhaps more acutely in America, recent politics have played out as pantomime. A reality star president, posturing politicians, and culture wars over gas stoves and cow farts have proved more fodder for late-night television hosts than the substance of meaningful debate. In light of this, perhaps the rise…
A Fork in the Road for the Crypto Crackdown
By Annie Cerria Since its inception, cryptocurrency has been famously volatile, with Investopedia putting it bluntly: “If you’re looking to use [crypto] to preserve capital or grow your assets, its price is highly volatile—there is no guarantee that you will see any returns; you’re just as likely to lose everything you invest as you are…
Stuck Between Two Worlds: The Issue of Transnistria
By Pearce Hopkins
Consequences of Covid and Climate Change: Elections of Asia
By Isabella Green When attempting to foretell what lies ahead in the new year, we must consider the leaders guiding the path forward for their countries. Changes in leadership mark changes in the goals of not just politicians but also the people they serve. Many elections took place across Asia in 2021, and the effects…
‘All Politics is Local’: The Increasing Importance of Councils
By Jack Horrigan
State Shrinkflation Looms Again
By Kieran Fowlds
Mexico in 2022: Is It Time For A Rebound?
By John Lavelle
Will Boris’ Green Policies be the Conservative Party’s Downfall?
By Kieran Fowlds
The Winds of Change: A Gradual Energy Transition in the Middle East
By Supriya Shekhar