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How does global trade work?

The growth and extent of world trade is staggering. In 1950, trade accounted for just 8.6% of

How would you reform Universal Credit for a recovery from Covid-19?

Ahead of the Spring Budget we look at how Universal Credit could be reformed in the recovery

How to…do data visualisation

The coronavirus pandemic has been defined by data. How that data has been communicated and presented has

What’s in President Biden’s foreign policy in-tray? (Part 2)

President Biden arrives in office with a full foreign policy in-tray, albeit one that will have to

What’s in President Biden’s foreign policy in-tray? (Part 1)

The Taiwan Straits maybe the most volatile point in the Asia-Pacific. Even if this thin strip of

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'Levelling up' has become one of the big agenda items for this government but how can it be helped by…

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What is public debt? Like a company, the government can borrow in order to fund part of its spending. Over…

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The coronavirus crisis means we are facing huge changes and disruption in the labour market but what are these likely…

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Moving away from the focus on a net migration target

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From institutional infrastructure and cities to capital allowances, planning laws and trade unions

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