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Marc-William Palen
Historian | Pax Economica (forthcoming ) | The 'Conspiracy' of Free Trade () | Editor | Co-Director | RT≠ENDT
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Marc-William Palen May 1
Deputy PM is a big fan of Friedrich List: “Peters...revels in knowing who Friedrich List (1789-1846) was and how his “national system” of economics transformed Germany into an industrial behemoth second only to the United States.”
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Jeff Stein Apr 30
BREAKING: U.S. officials crafting plans to punish or demand compensation from China over virus, as Trump fumes in private over pandemic Officials discussing stripping China of sovereign immunity (so ppl can sue), or voiding US debt obligations to China
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UNESCO Apr 29
The story of Jazz is written into the quest for human dignity, democracy & civil rights. Photographer Jürgen Schadeberg’s work is a true documentation of that. On Intl , explore his portrayal of South African Jazz during Apartheid. ℹ️
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Greg Ip Apr 28
Instead of destroying globalization, the pandemic can show how to improve it. For example, rather than reshore supply chains, the U.S. should decentralize them. Instead of penalizing allies, work with them to reduce dependence on China. Today's column.
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Chad P. Bown Apr 28
COVID-19 is stoking new pressure for protectionism, and the WTO needs to prepare for more countries to capitulate under the strain. What happens next will influence the shape the trading system takes for decades to come. My latest
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Karine Walther Apr 22
SHAFR is sponsoring a forum for members to share or request digital copies of archival sources. To join the group, please click on following link and provide your name and affiliation or scholarly focus:
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Body Count: A History Podcast Mar 3
You all have been asking & it's finally here! Part IV & final of the series w/ & is now available to listen on all your podcast platforms! Buy his amazing book on Amazon! Check it out! You won't be disappointed!
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Chad P. Bown Apr 25
COVID-19 in historical perspective: Policymakers appear poised to now take deliberate steps to reinforce the movement toward deglobalization. New trade restrictions could proliferate, inflicting damage that would take decades to reverse. By
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Richard Toye Apr 25
This Week’s Top Picks in Imperial & Global History via
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Imperial & Global Apr 24
This Week’s Top Picks in Imperial & Global History
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POLITICO Apr 24
The president's financial dealings with the state-owned Bank of China are complicating his attacks on Joe Biden
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Adam Tooze Apr 24
Inside Wuhan: fascinating report by Left a dissident image of Dr Li Wenliang the corona whistleblower Right an official (sic) poster for Keting Field Hospital
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Marc-William Palen Apr 24
This looks excellent.
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Lauren Turek Apr 23
I am so excited for Saturday morning, when I will join over 20 amazing historians for ! Check out the website on 4/25 to view videos of authors discussing their newly released books, then use the hashtag to ask questions & chat with us. Attn: !
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Ned Richardson-Little Apr 23
The Human Rights Dictatorship is now available online! The pandemic has, however, made this is a soft launch with the digital version available to buy in the UK and Canada and the print versions to follow when supply chains start working again.
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Vera Bergengruen Apr 23
“This is perhaps the first global crisis in more than a century where no one is even looking for Washington to lead.” on the view from Europe, where they’re watching the richest and most powerful nation in the world’s response with disbelief
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Imperial & Global Apr 22
. reviews *Reading the Postwar Future: Textual Turning Points from 1944*, ed. by & Kirrily Freeman
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Rachel Herrmann Apr 22
This uni’s HR couldn’t manage the simple act of writing a letter to verify my absences from the UK when I was absent to do my job. The incompetence here is unsurprising. Universities must employ HR to support int’l staff, and must not employ harsher policies than the Home Office
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Gregorio Bettiza Apr 21
For those curious about the role of in our contemporary international system and American foreign policy, is providing free access to the theory chapter of my book: Finding Faith in Foreign Policy-Religion & American Diplomacy in a Postsecular World
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Ned Richardson-Little Apr 18
Communism contains multitudes.
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