Monthly Archives: December 2016

One Problem for Democratic Leaders Is Democratic Voters

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Despite the success of Bernie Sanders, the party has actually become less receptive to populism.

UPDATE 4-Trump extracts pledge from Boeing on Air Force One costs

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President-elect Donald Trump extracted a promise from Boeing Co’s chief executive on Wednesday that the cost of replacing Air Force One would not exceed $4 billion, his latest move to use the bully pulpit to pressure companies to help advance his economic agenda. It’s a program that’s very, very expensive, “Trump told reporters after meeting with the CEOs and a…

Globalization took hits in 2016; will 2017 lead to more?

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LONDON- 2016 was the year when globalization, the path that the world economy has largely followed for decades, took some hefty blows. The election of Donald Trump as U.S. president and Britain’s decision to leave the European Union have raised questions over the future of tariff-free trade and companies’ freedom to move production to lower-cost countries.