Monthly Archives: July 2017

By Dr John Nilsson-Wright

Two immediate challenges – the rise of China and uncertainty surrounding the policy priorities of the Trump administration – are…

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By Tomisha Bino

The stalemate over negotiation on a WMD-free zone damages not only relationships and trust between states in the region, but…

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By Len Shackleton; Jamie Whyte

The Taylor Review calls for increased regulation of flexible work. But it ignores the costs these interventions will cause by…

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By Giovanni Caccavello

First published in 2010, the 2017 study by the Institut économique Molinari (IEM) underscores the latest fiscal developments within the…

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By Peter Spence

Teams from the United Kingdom and the USA are beginning trade talks. Trade talks require pragmatism and compromise and they…

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By Jane Kinninmont

Saudi Arabia's ambitious economic reform project promises to disrupt the traditional social contract in a number of ways, which is…

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By Emily Frith

The Education Policy Institute (EPI) has examined the state of child and adolescent mental health inpatient services in England. This…

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By Jon Andrews; Natalie Perera

The Education Policy Institute (EPI) has published a new paper examining the impact of academies on educational outcomes. The comprehensive…

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By John Hemmings

The UK Government should welcome inward investment from China, but ensure the national security of key infrastructure remains protected, our…

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