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Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed is fighting the country’s revanchist old regime, which is intent on recapturing the economic and political influence it once held.
When it comes into effect, the African Continental Free Trade Area will remake African economies—and the world’s.
It spent early and spent big—and is now poised to reap the rewards.
More than other kinds of aid, to get out from under China’s thumb, the continent will need debt financing and private investment.
In today’s Democratic Party, inheriting Obama’s economic legacy may be a burden, not a benefit.
Washington will not return as the champion of the global trading system. But it may stop being its biggest foe.
The global economy is in bad shape—and Big Capital knows that only a blue wave can start fixing it.
There is now a widespread belief that their big neighbor is headed for a sociopolitical meltdown no matter who wins.
Both Trump and Biden are winging it when it comes to economic theory—but so are economists, who have yet to get their theoretical house in order.
China’s growing influence in Latin America and climate change will both continue to shape the future of the bilateral relationship.
Why President Fernandez is hoping for Joe Biden to win the U.S. election.