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"the more norms of equality are acknowledged globally, the more
insoluble the climate problem becomes and the more… https://t.co/aEH99m5w5r


One hundred years ago today, the U.S. Senate rejected the Treaty of Versailles, which formally ended World War I. R… https://t.co/oEDBRrhTpt


As an historian of this subject, in my view one of the most important actions in US foreign policy history: the Sen… https://t.co/VJasdjr0Ks


Sketching & reading ... Sometimes…

Sketching & reading ... Sometimes nyc subway is an amazing place. https://t.co/R2egBsrZKP


This summer German economics minister Altmaier made key appointments that shifted balance of ministry towards Mitte… https://t.co/KKQllMFd0U


Wirtschaftsflügel-CDU: if you want to get a sense of how business interests are articulated in Germany’s strongest… https://t.co/fQEhhHyCKX


A huge amount of political blood & treasure is being invested in Germany’s slow exit from coal, whilst wind industr… https://t.co/Hm2WBiKK0E


Germany’s coal exit is hitting some serious opposition. If you have access, stick this piece from @DerSPIEGEL throu… https://t.co/WQ2SjqYAEl


Of all AE the US…

Of all AE the US has some of the weakest automatic fiscal stabilizers. h/t @gavyndavies
https://t.co/zPb2dl1tHu https://t.co/wNVOYfGMuL


Figures for US gov spending on R&D in non fossil fuel, non-nuclear are at historic highs if you count “other cross-… https://t.co/16wIDhMOjc


Carbon bomb: shale oil reserves worldwide. We frack that and barring some CCS miracle it is game over for the clima… https://t.co/hbAQ5kJRvV


@adam_tooze @davidottewell Great & shocking statistical picture from Abel & Deitz. I doubt, though, that standard s… https://t.co/NR42mPapw8


Btw 1997 and 2017 world oil reserves increased by 535bn barrels, of that increase almost half was in Venezuela = ba… https://t.co/kyATUX7CCM


@adam_tooze Stiroh of NY Fed had a recent speech. SF Fed just had a conference.

Not quite all-in like Brits but moving directionally.


Two countries: in Youngstown Ohio virtually noone has seen any significant wage growth since 1980. By contrast SF i… https://t.co/AbFd81U1s9

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