Monthly Archives For July 2011

The Eurozone crisis and China

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As Europe’s debt crisis intensifies again an interesting international aspect is the policy choices this poses for China. It is a further sign of the growing international effect of China’s economic strength that it had…

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The trouble with “trafficking”

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Human trafficking is always a popular news item, but the coinciding of a number of stories about it over the past fortnight has raised an interesting point that usually gets lost in the hysteria: the…

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Hugh Green | An Indispensable One

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A bit of an unusual BoTW post. Hugh Green has noted the invisibility in Ireland of a major figure in the Icelandic resistance called Hördur Torfason. Hugh then gives a translation of a Spanish article…

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