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Joseph C. Sternberg
Wall Street Journal editorial board in London. Author of The Theft of a Decade, in bookstores now. Formerly based in HK. Offering my own views here.
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Joseph C. Sternberg Nov 19
The extraordinary polling errors in recent elections on both sides of the Atlantic portend a dramatic change in the way our politics operate—if we’re lucky. Politicians might have to start politicking again! My latest in : via
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Joseph C. Sternberg Nov 19
The extraordinary polling errors in recent elections on both sides of the Atlantic portend a dramatic change in the way our politics operate—if we’re lucky. Politicians might have to start politicking again! My latest in : via
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WSJ Editorial Page Nov 5
Britain and America made revolutionary political moves in 2016 with Brexit and Trump. But voters didn’t embrace radicalism wholesale, writes
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Joseph C. Sternberg Aug 28
The U.K.’s A-levels scandal exposes everything that’s wrong with modern governance. My latest in : via
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Sophia Gaston Aug 28
Ok, this will be fun: 'America at a Crossroads: The 2020 Elections and the Future of the Special Relationship' 🇬🇧 🇺🇸 New event on 16 September, with , , , & Matthew McGrath. Sign up here 👇🏻
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Joseph C. Sternberg Jul 31
EU officials look with envy on the unified U.S. fiscal system. But it doesn’t work the way they imagine. My latest in : via
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Joseph C. Sternberg Jul 15
The only thing worse than how we’d pay for pandemic relief is what will happen when, inevitably, we don’t. My latest in : via
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Joseph C. Sternberg Jul 15
The only thing worse than how we’d pay for pandemic relief is what will happen when, inevitably, we don’t. My latest in : via
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Joseph C. Sternberg Jul 3
Hong Kong helped make China a prosperous country. Xi Jinping has squandered the territory's ability to make China a serious one. My latest in : via
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Joseph C. Sternberg Jul 3
Hong Kong helped make China a prosperous country. Xi Jinping has squandered the territory's ability to make China a serious one. My latest in : via
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Joseph C. Sternberg Jun 18
The U.S. made outrage a form of social currency. Now we’re in the hyperinflationary phase. My latest in : via
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Joseph C. Sternberg Jun 18
The U.S. made outrage a form of social currency. Now we’re in the hyperinflationary phase. My latest in : via
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Joseph C. Sternberg Jun 5
Talk of Europe's "Hamilton moment" would be more convincing if proponents understood Hamilton better. My latest in : via
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Joseph C. Sternberg Apr 24
'Expert opinion' on how to approach Covid-19 hasn't necessarily changed for the better in recent months. My latest in here: via
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Joseph C. Sternberg Mar 27
Which experts to believe about how to respond to the new coronavirus? This, it’s time to admit, is a political question. My latest in : via
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LSE USAPP blog Feb 29
New Extra Innings podcast from The Ballpark: The Theft of a Decade: How the Baby Boomers Stole the Millennials’ Economic Future, interview with of the
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Joseph C. Sternberg Feb 27
Every other Dem candidate offers even the most fantastical policy ideas with an undertone of patriotism. Sanders alone sounds as if he wants to replace America rather than transform it. My latest: via
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Jason Willick Feb 27
The attacks that draw most blood from Bernie won’t be on his economics but his patriotism. Spot on from
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Joseph C. Sternberg Feb 27
Every other Dem candidate offers even the most fantastical policy ideas with an undertone of patriotism. Sanders alone sounds as if he wants to replace America rather than transform it. My latest: via
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Lukas Sustala Feb 4
Starting work in a recession affects people for their whole lives via ⁦
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