Investment, Inclusiveness, Implementation, and Health Governance
Author: Leon Berkelmans, Stephen Grenville, John Kirton, Julia Kulik, Tristram Sainsbury, Hannah Wurf
Lowy Institute for International Policy
This paper examines the three priorities of Turkey’s 2015 presidency of the G20, namely inclusive growth; the implementation of G20 policy, including the growth strategies set by the G20 leaders in Brisbane in 2014; and the boosting of investment.
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Laid Low: The IMF, the Euro Zone and the First Rescue of Greece
Author: Paul Blustein
Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)
This paper examines the effort by the Troika (the IMF, the European Commission and European Central Bank) to rescue Greece from the financial crisis that hit the country in 2010 through the use of bailout loans.
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18 Feb 2015
Central Asia-Caucasus Analyst, Vol 17, No 3
Author: Eduard Abrahamyan, Stephen Blank, Emil Souleimanov, John C K Daly, Erik Davtyan, Eka Janashia, Arslan Sabyrbekov, Oleg Salimov
Central Asia-Caucasus Institute and Silk Road Studies Program (CACI-SRSP)
This issue includes articles on 1) a murder spree carried out by a Russian soldier in Armenia which threatens to disrupt the country's relations with Russia; 2) the impact on the Commonwealth of Independent States of the economic sanctions, energy pr...
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Collateral Damage from ECB Strategy
Author: Heribert Dieter
Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP)
This commentary argues that the European Central Bank's January 2015 decision to loosen fiscally policy, not only makes the ECB vulnerable to blackmail by governments who owe it money, it also and brings about disadvantages for the EU’s major trading...
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Anti-Austerity Greece: On a Collision Course with Europe
Author: Kevin Featherstone, Holger Schmieding, Vicky Pryce
This is a transcript of a panel discussion on the political and economic situation in Greece, the reasons for the victory of the radical left party Syriza in the country’s January 2015 elections, and the ramifications of Syriza’s election for Greece ...
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