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  • North Korea Back on the Terrorism List

    21 novembre 2017, par Marcus Noland
    Yesterday President Donald Trump put North Korea back on the list of state sponsors of terrorism. (The country was originally listed in 1987 and removed in 2008.) Relisting will impose additional financial sanctions; remove sovereign immunity from civil lawsuits, making it possible for such (...)
  • Cyber Roundup : The Widening Gyre

    20 novembre 2017, par Stephan Haggard
    Whether North Korea’s nuclear and missile test pause is a signal or just the standard lull before the winter training cycle remains to be seen. But one thing does seem to be constant: the steady drumbeat of news about North Korean cyber activity ( Adam Meyers at 38North recently undertook (...)
  • Randall Ireson, 1945-2017

    17 novembre 2017, par Stephan Haggard
    It is with sadness that we received news of the death of Randall Ireson. Trained at Cornell in development sociology, he became a pioneer in US humanitarian work with North Korea; I met him through the National Committee on North Korea. Randy was among the most dedicated and insightful analysts (...)
  • There Is No Inflation Puzzle

    17 novembre 2017, par Joseph E. Gagnon
    Some economists are puzzled over why US inflation has remained low while the economy has reached, or even exceeded, potential employment. Commentators have argued that central banks are wrong to place too much faith in the Phillips curve model, in which inflation responds to deviations (...)
  • Withdrawing from NAFTA Would Hit 187,000 US Exporting Jobs, Mostly in Heartland

    16 novembre 2017, par Sherman Robinson, Egor Gornostay, Monica de Bolle, Junie Joseph, Melina Kolb
    An analysis of US jobs that rely on exports to Canada and Mexico finds that withdrawing from the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) would cost 187,000 of those jobs over a 1 to 3 year period. [1] (By comparison, from 2013 to 2015, a total of 7.4 million US workers were displaced, or (...)
  • Trade Talks Episode 12 : How to Save a (Pacific) Trade Deal

    16 novembre 2017, par Chad P. Bown, Soumaya Keynes
  • Bruce Klingner moderates Daniel Blumenthal, Julian Ku, and Steph Haggard on North Korea

    15 novembre 2017, par Stephan Haggard
    I had the pleasure to participate in a Federalist Society podcast on the Korean peninsula on Monday. Of particular interest to me were some of the legal discussions on the authority the US president may or may not have to initiate an attack on North Korea, a topic I took up here . Ku argued (...)
  • Should We Reject the Natural Rate Hypothesis ?

    15 novembre 2017, par Olivier Blanchard
    Fifty years ago, Milton Friedman articulated the natural rate hypothesis. It was composed of two sub-hypotheses: First, the natural rate of unemployment is independent of monetary policy. Second, there is no long-run tradeoff between the deviation of unemployment from the natural rate and (...)
  • Adam Posen Discusses APEC with CGTN

    15 novembre 2017, par Adam S. Posen
    Adam S. Posen says that the Trump administration’s message at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) CEO meeting held on November 10, 2017, will leave the United States afraid and alone. Posen spoke with China Global Television Network (...)
  • Adam Posen on Trump and Xi’s Competing Visions for Globalization

    15 novembre 2017, par Adam S. Posen
    Adam S. Posen says that the Trump administration’s message at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) CEO meeting held on November 10, 2017, will leave the United States afraid and alone. Posen spoke with China Global Television Network (...)

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