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Looking Back at 100

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NEW YORK – This is my 100th column for Project Syndicate. It comes nearly 20 years after my first. As is the case with most milestones, it offers a good opportunity to take stock, to look back on what I have written, and to see what it says about the world over these two decades and where we may be heading.

  • The Battle for Brussels

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    The Battle for Brussels

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    This month’s European Parliament election is widely viewed as a turning point that will decide the European Union’s fate. But even if Europe is spared large gains by disruptive populist forces, it won’t be out of the woods.

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  • The Economy We Need

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    The Economy We Need

    Joseph E. Stiglitz offers a blueprint for reversing inequality, restoring the middle class, and saving democracy.

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  • Capitalism’s Great Reckoning

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    Capitalism’s Great Reckoning

    James K. Galbraith reviews books by three leading observers assessing the lamentable state of modern political economy.

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    Three themes stand out. The first is how much the Middle East consumed the world’s attention, including mine. Think about it: This is a region that is home to around 6% of the world’s people, and, despite possessing vast amounts of oil, accounts for less than 5%........

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