Monthly Archives: August 2018

South Korea’s economic integration plan with the North may irritate the United States

South Korea plans to establish road and rail links with North Korea this year as Seoul seeks to strengthen economic engagement with the Pyongyang regime amid tentative progress in convincing Kim Jong Un’s regime to give up its nuclear weapons. The infrastructure projects, which are expected to be completed this …

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Not turning back 70 years of global economic integration

Since the end of World War II, a broad consensus in favor of global economic integration as a force for peace and prosperity has been a pillar of the international order. Since the fall of the Berlin Wall a generation ago, the power of markets in promoting economic progress has …

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