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Global Trends: January 2016

The International Consequences of Financial Fragility

By: Jonathan Kirshner

Description: “The United States is unrepaired and still vulnerable; Europe is hobbled and encumbered by the patchwork straitjacket of its political economy. The rest of the world, less directly affected by the crisis, is actively searching for something different.”

Volume: 115
Issue: 777
Page: 23

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