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Democratic Commitment: How Divergent Understandings of Democracy Shape Democratic Backsliding
October 6, 2022
2:00pm - 3:15pm

Democratic Commitment: How Divergent Understandings of Democracy Shape Democratic Backsliding

Euro Area Inflation and a New Measure of Core Inflation
October 12, 2022
2:00pm - 3:15pm

Euro Area Inflation and a New Measure of Core Inflation

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The European Central Bank’s Mandate: Providing for Affordable Cost of Living in Europe
October 17, 2022
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The European Central Bank’s Mandate: Providing for Affordable Cost of Living in Europe

Surveying global damage rippling off Ukraine war

Croatian prime minister Andrej Plenković details spread of economic, political, humanitarian crises, continuing authoritarian threats.

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Surveying global damage rippling off Ukraine war
Mourn the Queen, Not Her Empire

Mourn the Queen, Not Her Empire

"The queen embodied a profound, sincere commitment to her duties — her final public act was to appoint her 15th prime minister — and for her unflagging performance of them, she will be rightly mourned. She has been a fixture of stability, and her death in already turbulent times will send ripples of sadness around the world. But we should not romanticize her era." – Maya Jasanoff

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