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There is a remarkable sense of complacency about Japan, despite a dire economic outlook.
She took the firmest of stances with Greece in the face of intense political pressure.
Pushing China to further liberalize its exchange rate risks undermining the global economy.
There are fundamental questions as to whether it is a freely useable currency.
Time will tell whether the Greek prime minister's call for elections is genius or foolhardy.
Was Europe's common currency doomed from the start?
After recent local elections, populist anti-European forces are again on the march.
Post-2010 developments suggest that the IMF should go back to the drawing board.
We need to shake infrastructure investment loose from the hands of tired financial elites.
A key question for the Fed in the months ahead will be the dollar's future direction.
The last thing that Greece needs right now is a renewed economic downturn.
It cannot afford to let Ukraine remain destabilized.
The main lesson is the importance of national economic sovereignty for a middle-income country like...
The US Treasury appears to have learned something from Greece's economic crisis.
Events abroad, coupled with further dollar appreciation, could impact US economic recovery.
The 70th session of the UN General Assembly should restart the debate on reform.
Regardless of what proposal the prime minister presents, will he be able to implement it?
The IMF and EU must change tack and help Greece successfully exit the euro.
There are serious questions about whether the IMF lending program is now adequately financed.
The new Greek government lacks a coherent economic plan.
Most observers overestimate the importance of currency policy.
Policymakers are ignoring the dollar's appreciation at their own peril.
Never before has an IMF lending program of significance produced such disappointing results.
It is hard to imagine how Greece's new government could have gotten off to a worse start.