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 The United States was crucial for building what is today’s European Union. Security, peace, and prosperity of Europe would not have happened without Washington’s unflinching support. Following the collapse of the Berlin Wall in November 1989, a Europe whole, united, and free became the mantra of successive U.S. administrations.

What Trump Means for Europe

Brexit is symptomatic of Europe’s inability to deal with the end of the post-1945 era

It might be easy, then, to take a dim view of our world’s prospects in 2019. But the new year brings opportunities, too; opportunites that - through a combination of innovation and responsible leadership - have the potential to make our societies stronger and our world more sustainable

Ten reasons to be optimistic in 2019

Even the optimists among us would have to admit 2018 was a challenging year

The largest banks have paid over $340 billion in fines in the decade since the world’s financial crisis and the total keeps rising. Even so, the core culture of banks –providing the greatest bonuses to bankers who secure the largest short-term profits –shows little indication of changing

Will Bad Bankers Ever Be Punished?

What can be done to rein in the prevailing culture of greed at leading global banks

Governments and the private sector must proactively manage, not blindly accept, these dynamics. Industry 4.0 demands a vision that includes financial health, workforce security and new opportunities for workers of all demographic segments and skill levels

Here are 3 alternative visions for the future of work

Leadership will need to balance the promise of automation and advanced data with the financial health of the workforce. It’s a challenging future. But it’s not a dark one, by any means

Research and development (R&D) expenditure is certainly one of these factors – and while it doesn’t always directly correlate with innovation outcomes, it does represent time, capital, and effort being put into researching and designing the products of the future

Innovation can be a major competitive advantage for any developed economy

Achieving a sustainable rate of innovation isn’t necessarily a straightforward exercise. The reality is that innovation is a complex and difficult outcome to measure, and there are many different variables that factor into it at a national level

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Europe

PM May will stick to her Brexit principles

Yesterday Theresa May’s spokesman said that the Prime Minister is determined to stick to her Brexit principles in the cross-party talks, including rejecting a customs union and a second referendum

Business

What the next 20 years will mean for jobs – and how to prepare

The next two decades promise a full-scale revolution in our working lives. Before we look into the next 20 years, let’s take a quick look at the present – and something once considered paradoxical

Editor’s Column

“Spitzenkandidat” Manfred Weber is everyone’s friend (except Marine Le Pen’s)

By: N. Peter Kramer

Probably Socialists will be wiped out in the European elections in May; and also for the liberals the ‘political barometer’ doesn’t show nice weather

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