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Arvind Panagariya argues that recent elections in Gujarat, India, not only reflect the popularity of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, but also Modi's legacy as the state's former chief minister and the work of his successors.
Joseph Stiglitz argues that Central banks' unwavering determination to increase interest rates has set the path for a recession – and marginalized people will pay the price.
A new digital guide includes contributions from SIPA’s Norman Bartczak, Thomas Groll, Sarah Holloway, and Harold Stolper.
Richard Brookshire, an Army veteran who served in Afghanistan and is the co-founder of the Black Veterans Project, comments on a new lawsuit on racial discrimination practiced by the Department of Veterans Affairs.
The protests that have erupted across China show that the country’s populace prioritizes freedom of movement and assembly over draconian pandemic restrictions. While the government has resisted loosening its strict zero-COVID regime, civil unrest may force it to change course.
In this Russian-language clip, Lincoln Mitchell comments on the events of the Jan 6 attack on the capitol.
The Bank of Japan may achieve its inflation target in 2023 as the cost of living has consistently exceeded market expectations this year, according to Takatoshi Ito.
Jason Bordoff on Europe blaming the US for its energy issues: "It is understandable that Europeans are worried about a wave of deindustrialization. But the culprit is Europe’s lack of competitiveness without cheap Russian gas, not America’s new climate law."
Jacob J. Lew writes about providing more funding for the IRS, "With sufficient base annual funding, the IRS can enforce our tax laws, deliver benefits to small businesses and provide fast, efficient service to all Americans."