Newsletter – November 2016

The Global Dispatches is speechless with horror...

Saving China’s stock market
By Yi Huang, Jianjun Miao, Pengfei Wang

Assessing the costs and benefits of the government intervention after the Chinese Shanghai Stock Exchange Composite Index dropped by a third in mid-2015, wiping out billions in share value.

Mosul and Aleppo, a reshaping war
By Paul Rogers

The intense aerial assaults in Iraq and Syria are being seized as an opportunity by forces, both ISIS and other jihadi, on the receiving end.

Trump’s triumph: how progressives must react
By Yanis Varoufakis

Europe is not enough. Across the world, we must join up to press passion back into the service of humanism.

America’s Dark Underbelly Is Now Its Face
By Peter Certo

Trump’s core supporters were so anxious about the changing face of America, they were willing to vote alongside the Klan. The fringe has turned mainstream.

Writing from Diyarbakır under blockade
By Nurcan Baysal

While writing this article, currently without access to the world, I can’t help but wonder how you will read it.

Duterte vs. Washington’s Cold War System
By Walden Bello

Though better known for his brutal war on drugs at home, the Philippine leader's volatile, one-man diplomacy could up-end 70 years of U.S. dominance in East Asia.

The bond-equity allocation of the Norwegian sovereign fund
By Espen Henriksen - Knut Anton Mork

The ‘Oil Fund’, Norway’s sovereign wealth fund, is the world’s largest at more than $850 billion.

What will happen when China’s future is today?
By Kerry Brown

The bright national vision promoted by China's ruling party has a dramatic twist.

 
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