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Michael Schuman

What North Korea Could Learn From Vietnam

The Asian tiger would be an especially apt model for Kim Jong Un to emulate, and not for the obvious reasons.

Noah Smith

Banning Stock Buybacks Won’t Do Much for Wages

Even if companies use their extra cash for investment, there’s no guarantee of higher pay or more jobs. 

Therese Raphael

Brexit: Deal or No Deal?

For all the parliamentary fireworks, May’s chances of leaving the EU with a deal may actually be improving. Just don’t ask for a guarantee.

Shuli Ren

One Weird Trick for Avoiding Bad Chinese Bonds

The private sector and companies that boast high-level connections are no substitute for genuine government debt.

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