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European governments will only resort to nationwide lockdowns as a last resort. Countries will probably continue failing to coordinate their border policies. The coming days are crunch time for crucial decisions, such as whether to extend furlough schemes. As the number of Covid-19 cases resurges across some European countries, governments are resorting to incremental solutions to try containing new outbreaks of the virus. These range from localized lockdowns introduced by regional and local authorities to the imposition of additional restrictions on social activities. The common th
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SPAIN: A motion to divide the PP

( 3 mins read ) Tomorrow, 22 October, the Congress of Deputies will vote down a motion of no confidence filed by far-right party VOX against the coalition government of the Socialist Workers’ Party (PSOE) and Unidas Podemos. Rather than

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UK/EU: Towards a “Merkron Moment”?

( 3 mins read ) Despite the UK’s 15 October deadline for the future relationship talks, PM Boris Johnson’s government remains willing to negotiate with the EU beyond the 15-16 October European Council. Both sides have therefore treated their respective

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EUROPE/CHINA: Strategic autonomy and technology issues

( 6 mins read ) Amid Beijing’s generally more assertive foreign policy, there is rising media speculation that China’s leadership is increasingly willing to consider a military attack on Taiwan. But despite saber-rattling, there is little sign that Beijing’s fundamental

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Here I discuss the international role of the euro with @Aligarciaherrer https://asiatimes.com/2020/10/politics-not-economics-demands-stronger-role-for-euro/

¿Fue buena la licitación de hoy? Si, fue buena. Pero era totalmente esperable con las expectativas de devaluación por las nubes. ¿Resolvió algún problema de fondo? Ninguno. Se ganó algo de tiempo. Restan ver 2 cosas importantes: % sector público y % que viene del desarme leliqs

After 2 weeks of multiple health screens and asking everyone to quarantine, I surprised my closest inner circle with a trip to a private island where we could pretend things were normal just for a brief moment in time.

The Merkel Plan for Wave II:

Close restaurants, bars, gyms, theaters through November, strict limits on social gatherings.

BUT: schools and daycare centers stay open!

This is evidence-based leadership during a crisis.

https://www.zeit.de/politik/deutschland/2020-10/coronavirus-bundesregierung-oeffentliches-leben-neue-massnahmen

Among the other things Suga has done in October: five visits to a dentist. First an 83-minute appointment on 10/11, then four follow-up appointments ten minutes each.

Someone's not getting any Halloween candy this year.

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