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China might be headed toward a recession. Against all expectation (not a single economist polled by Bloomberg had predicted it), the People’s Bank of China has cut interest rates. The ease was only by 10 basis points, to the bank’s one-year lending rate, but it was still in the exact opposite direction to the monetary route being […]
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Exit Happenings

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In Hegemonic Unravelling
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On April 24, 2020
Exit from Hegemony received its first two reviews in the last two weeks. John Ikenberry said some nice things in his capsule review at Foreign Affairs, and Daniel Larsion wrote about the book at The American Conservative. The core of the book is a survey of three different sources for the unraveling of U.S. hegemony: […]
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There are a variety of forces pushing the United States toward the exit for global hegemony, but none is quite so frustrating as the Trump administration’s simple abdication from exercising leadership. Trump is doing his best to get the United States out of the game of providing international public and club goods. As Stephen Wertheim […]
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China in Serbia

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In Hegemonic Unravelling
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On September 24, 2019
Serbia has emerged as an important partner for China’s Belt and Road Initiative, with the Balkans providing a vector for Chinese infrastructure diplomacy into Europe. The Balkans, and consequently Serbia, has been a focus of China as an extension of the BRI in Europe for quite some time- and its presence has become visible in almost every corner of […]
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