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The IMF’s Relationship to Neoliberalism is not, nor ever was, Straightforward

As the IMF begins to question and evaluate its past policies, the organization is finding multiple issues with its past legacy of neoliberalism. Carter Vance looks at the ups and downs of a complex ideological relationship.

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China’s Coming Coup: Xi Jinping’s War on Corruption and Jiang Zemin

John Pollock discusses Xi Jinping’s anti-corruption drive and the role it is playing in removing former President Jiang Zemin’s influence within the Communist Party ahead of China’s transition of power 2022.

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How the Summer’s “Great Fall of China” Revealed the Communist Party’s Worst Fears- Part II

John Pollock discusses the implications for China following the summer’s stock market collapse and the role played by the Communist Party.

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How the Internet was Won, and then lost again under TPP

As part of the NATO Association of Canada’s series of articles about the Trans-Pacific Partnership, Ian Goertz explores how the landmark deal will affect Internet rights, including copyright, privacy and security.