As part of the great protest movement of the Sudanese people against the military dictatorship that has been in place for thirty years, an amazing scene took place last Friday in Khartoum. In the middle of the day, the crowd gathered in front of the headquarters of the Sudanese army wanted to engage in Friday […]
In this month’s Globalisation Outlook we argue that the US-China trade conflict is perilously close to escalation – a growing perception that the US economy is motoring along while the rest of the world struggles may embolden President Trump to double down on his policies – the US-China trade conflict is at an impasse and […]
View Newsletter SUMMARY • In this issue we argue that to understand the dynamics of the current trade conflict, we need to look at it through a political as well as an economic lens • Apart from the economic gains, trade has always been an instrument to project geo-political power. Achieved either by defining the […]
It is time to tackle the question of how to deal with care with Chinese investment in Europe to maintain cooperation while prevent it becoming the world’s biggest Trojan horse that will eventually undermine Europe from within.
Monday 17th September 2018, 12:30 - 14:30