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Economic Crisis in the Middle East and North Africa

The authors thank Maria Demertzis and Nicolas Véron for their comments. In the 2010s, the economic situation in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) deteriorated as a result of lower oil and other commodity prices, a new round of domestic politica...
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Bruegel 21 January 2021

Where did the vaccine strategy go wrong?

One year since the pandemic began, widespread vaccination has finally started. It would be a mistake however to say the end is in sight. Senior fellows Uri Dadush and J. Scott Marcus join Bruegel director Guntram Wolff to talk COVID-19 vaccine strate...
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Bruegel 20 January 2021

What do vaccination passports mean for Europe?

The sudden reappearance of national borders within the European Union because of travel restrictions, self-quarantine and test requirements – all differing depending on the country – has underlined the importance of a right that Europeans sometimes t...
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Bruegel 20 January 2021

Memo to the European Commissioner for Financial Services Policy

This blog was originally published in December 2020 as part of a special PIIE series Rebuilding the Global Economyoutlining policy priorities and solutions heading into 2021. Whether the geographical scope of such regimes should be fully global (eg,...
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Bruegel 20 January 2021
Memo to the European Commissioner for Financial Services Policy
Memo to the European Commissioner for Financial Services Policy

An EU – China investment deal: a second look

This piece was originally published in the Money Review section ofKathimerini. What do these assessments tell us? In any case, it would be a mistake to consider this a zero-sum game, whereby defending German commercial interests necessarily negates b...
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Bruegel 19 January 2021
An EU – China investment deal: a second look
An EU – China investment deal: a second look

Résilience : la nouvelle boussole

This opinion piece originally appeared in Le Monde. « Les États eux-mêmes s’étaient convaincus de ce l’immensité du marché mondial garantissait à tout moment et en tout lieu la sécurité des approvisionnements. Cette croyance n’a pas survécu à la pénu...
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Bruegel 18 January 2021