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RT @DouthatNYT: Our dialogue is one of two pieces launching the magazine's new Wednesday ideas-and-letters newsletter; the other features @…

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Delighted to be part of the launch of a new Ideas section at @NewStatesman newstatesman.com/ideas Kicking off with an essay on @LuukvMiddelaar on the EU, climate policy and the concept of history as process and politics as project. And all in only 3k words! 😉 https://t.co/4OlO0P0B61

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Ukraine crisis is cruelly exposing weakness of EU as a geopolitical actor. But more telling question about @LuukvMiddelaar recent account of consolidation of EU as historic actor is the absence of climate policy. How to explain this? New for @NewStatesman newstatesman.com/ideas/2022/01/… https://t.co/2fBQwse0DX

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@danielhodgkin @evgenymorozov Yup. Thanks. We are on it. @OnesandToozePod has asked to have them barred.

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RT @pelledragsted: Jeg vil virkelig opfordre til at læse @adam_tooze analyse af Ukraine-konflikten i dagens @informeren, for en langt mere…

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RT @GavJacobson: "What does it mean that books reputed to hold the key to grasping the European situation should omit the centrepiece of po…

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FANTASTIC news. Congrats @LauBooneEco twitter.com/LauBooneEco/st…

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Taming pandemonium A piece in @NewStatesman trying to think through @LuukvMiddelaar latest. Btw history as rule and history as event where do we situate history and politics as project? newstatesman.com/ideas/2022/01/… Shorter than certain other reviews 😉 https://t.co/sTeXxyJfvL

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RT @oldroadside: airotel sign, amarillo, texas, 1982 https://t.co/ioNSWbnIrG

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RT @AntonJaegermm: Kojève at the Mont Saint-Michel in Normandy https://t.co/Y3Dn8kJWa8

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RT @bartsche: Inflation is being driven by supply constraints, not demand – and this makes life difficult for central banks. We think getti…

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For heavy industry, 2050 is just one investment cycle away. Average lifetimes of emissions‐intensive assets such as blast furnaces and cement kilns are around 40 years. 25 years is normal for refurbishments -> we need net zero technology in next 10 years. iea.org/reports/net-ze… https://t.co/sA4QdyPEcn

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RT @daniel_dsj2110: 1. I have a new article in Humanity on the relationship between Friedrich Hayek and Raymond Aron. Tries to explain the…

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There was a sell off last week in Russia’s USD denominated bonds. Hardly a rout, but a real sell off. thedailyshot.com/2022/01/21/rat… https://t.co/qQqNaF9mWd

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RT @cleanenergywire: "A massive achievement for progress on energy and climate" International Energy Agency @IEA to make all data availabl…

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"Test of maturity for Italian capitalism”. Unsurprising that Italian business would prefer Draghi in Presidency. But this by @silvia_sb_ is fascinating on the power play going on at Medibanca & Generali with Nagel, v. Del Vecchio, Caltagirone … ft.com/content/67bffd… https://t.co/DYeOJCMptv

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Not back really. Foot traffic in downtown Manhattan is still way down on pre COVID levels. Via @SoberLook thedailyshot.com/2022/01/20/inv… https://t.co/13W2R58RfS

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"Aircraft engineers didn’t reinvent the wheel, but they came close.” This is great by Mark Vanhoenacker ft.com/content/9b3630… https://t.co/gv0urHwddl

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The share of both men and women taking STEM degrees in the US is abnormally low compared to rich-country peers. @OECD data via @SoberLook thedailyshot.com/2022/01/20/inv… https://t.co/SSSewNYsm9

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"For more than 30 years, Chinese foreign ministers have begun the year with a trip to the African continent. This year’s visit brought with it a surprise — the announcement of China’s first “special” political envoy to the Horn of Africa” @AndresSchipani ft.com/content/71535e… https://t.co/RcX51YpuDo

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22 million guns were sold in the USA in 2020. 50% more than in 2019. Wonder what could have been different about that year. thedailyshot.com/2022/01/20/inv… https://t.co/aEu9KoxLoy

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"We are still solidly in growthflation rather than stagflation territory.” @rbrtrmstrng @EthanYWu talking sense on the Unhedged newsletter this morning ft.com/content/7a06a5… https://t.co/wKKwhh5prb

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People keep expecting US vehicle construction to pick up. But so far, it just hasn’t happened. H/t @SoberLook thedailyshot.com/2022/01/20/inv… https://t.co/kBb5e18F2O

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"Russian debt comprises more than 7 per cent of a widely followed JPMorgan index of emerging market local currency bonds, meaning many big investors are in effect forced to hold the bonds or risk underperforming their benchmark." ft.com/content/9aa9dd… https://t.co/qsTfkOlEtS

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Concrete and windows are now scarcer in US construction than lumber and wood products. But folks are still building a lot of houses! H/e @SoberLook thedailyshot.com/2022/01/20/inv… https://t.co/45p3g6fACx

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“The worst case is that he does not make it and carries on as PM, and his magic fades away, and his God-like aura is gone. That is the end of everything.” So, nothing at stake in the Italian Presidential! ft.com/content/462699… Here in @ForeignPolicy foreignpolicy.com/2022/01/14/mar… https://t.co/QPsXRC86aA

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Brace for electricity prices to add roughly 2% to UK inflation through early 2023. H/t @SoberLook thedailyshot.com/2022/01/20/inv… https://t.co/byTCM9sAd4

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"The issue is not ‘Draghi as the only potential guarantor of reforms’, but what happens when an equilibrium is broken and domino effect is triggered in a totally unpredictable way.” @NathalieTocci ft.com/content/462699… Pairs well with Chartbook #70 adamtooze.substack.com/p/chartbook-70… https://t.co/kxKbG0Bz5B

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In Dec 2021 services, food, energy and other goods all pushed up UK inflation. thedailyshot.com/2022/01/20/inv… https://t.co/8GKw3w6aSd

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RT @RevueDemocratie: INTERVIEW | @KatharinaPistor « Le capital est codé par la loi, principalement dans une poignée d’institutions de droit…

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"the US and its western partners have for months fought a remarkably public war of words against the Kremlin’s perceived menace.” This by @HenryJFoy on the West’s public diplomacy is rather good. ft.com/content/3510f7… https://t.co/SPmPtOr9gA

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Yeah! Things in the eurozone are a bit wacky right now. German producer prices v. Dutch consumer confidence. H/t @SoberLook thedailyshot.com/2022/01/20/inv… https://t.co/Hk48xNulnV

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RT @EdwardGLuce: This @adam_tooze narrative timeline of the degeneration of Russia-Ukraine situation is the best I've read. Refreshing to g…

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Is China’s cyberspace regulator about to issue new rules that would give it a say over investment or fundraising plans of any platform company with more than 100 million users, finance.yahoo.com/news/china-cyb… https://t.co/6nxAaiTNJx

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The recovery from COVID has seen Japan’s exports rebound to record levels exceeding even the highs before 2008. thedailyshot.com/2022/01/20/inv… https://t.co/in0LjxsGhL

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