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Even in these days of light-speed communication, some information still travels as slowly as in the medieval era. Take, for instance, the recent history of global manufacturing. In the Anglophone world, many if not most of the more prominent commentators have long held that a first-rank economy no longer needs manufacturing. The Economist magazine in... Read More
I don’t know whether Scottish voters will choose independence in tomorrow’s referendum. What I do know is that they should. They have little to lose and much to gain. In part my thinking is based on a lengthy study of state-of-the-art economic nationalism. I refer, of course, to the East Asian variety. As a veteran... Read More
For students of British politics, the big issue this year is the future of Scotland. The Scottish people have enjoyed limited self-rule since 1999, when a separate Scottish parliament was set up. Now in a referendum planned for this September, they will vote on whether to establish an independent nation. Instead of letting Scottish voters... Read More
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