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Amid rising infection numbers, federal and regional governments are again stepping up their efforts. But as regional states keep insisting on their own powers over restrictive measures, regulations will continue to differ across the 16 states. In contrast, on the economic front, the grand coalition has swiftly agreed on a continuation of measures to address the ongoing pandemic. Recall how back in June, the regional minister presidents had effectively told Chancellor Angela Merkel that amid then still declining infection numbers, there was no longer any need for formal coordination with Berli
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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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My conversation from yesterday with @GPS_UCSD's @UlrikeSchaede
about THE ICONOCLAST is now online!

https://youtu.be/Z3e2aY2yKXc

The Kishi-Abe dynasty continues: Kishi Nobuo's son Nobuchiyo, a reporter at Fuji TV, is leaving his job to become his father's secretary at MOD.

https://news.yahoo.co.jp/articles/576f547f3024b2b7a86b66dafa33bf12f77db0db

China's move to tweak its exchange rate is less about weakening the yuan, and more about the gradual liberalization of the currency, say some market strategists.
@keping https://on.wsj.com/3jyuJ48

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

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