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1. The ABCs of Sovereign Debt Relief

2. Xi Jinping’s Evergrande Dilemma

3. Will corporate debt choke the post-COVID-19 recovery?

4. Germany’s Debt Brake and Europe’s Fiscal Stance after COVID-19

5. Containing the Pandemic Public Debt

6. Improving China's participation in resolving developing-country debt problems

7. Accounting for climate policies in Europe’s sovereign debt market

8. Hezbollah Has a New Strategy to Survive Lebanon’s Financial Crisis

9. Ghana’s Oil Sales: Using Commodity Trading Data for Accountability

10. Born Out of Necessity: A Debt Standstill for COVID-19

11. A New Policy Toolkit Is Needed as Countries Exit COVID-19 Lockdowns

12. US Fiscal Health: Is There Life After Debt?

13. Sovereign debt relief in the global pandemic: Lessons from the 1980s

14. Should We Worry About Corporate Leverage?

15. Are Interest Payments on Debt Derailing Fiscal Consolidation?

16. Eurobonds Repayment - Limiting the Risk of Default

17. Does the Level of Public Debt Matter?

18. Ukraine and the IMF's Evolving Debt Crisis Narrative

19. From Populist Destabilization to Reform and Possible Debt Relief in Greece

20. Fiscal Tightening and Economic Growth: Exploring Cross-Country Correlations

21. Germany and the Future of the Eurozone

22. A Proposed Code to Discipline Local Content Requirements

23. Income Inequality Developments in the Great Recession

24. The IMF's Preferred Creditor Status: Does It Still Make Sense After the Euro Crisis?

25. Russia’s Hidden Underbelly of Debt

26. Debt Sanctions Can Help Ukraine and Fill a Gap in the International Financial System

27. Afghanistan's Looming Fiscal Crisis: What Can Be Done?

28. Was the ECB's Comprehensive Assessment up to standard?

29. Why Bail-In Securities Are Fool's Gold

30. Rapid Growth in Emerging Markets and Developing Economies: Now and Forever?

31. IMF Lending Practices and Sovereign Debt Restructuring

32. Why the ECB should cut borrowing costs in periphery

33. Three Options for the EU: Assessing the EU's powers in a true economic and political union

34. China's Credit Boom: New Risks Require New Reforms

35. Lehman Died, Bagehot Lives: Why Did the Fed and Treasury Let a Major Wall Street Bank Fail?

36. Towards a Deeper EMU: An assessment of political divisions within the EU


38. Geopolitical Shifts in the Eastern Mediterranean

39. A case for adjusting fiscal consolidation in the eurozone

40. Updating The EMU: Differentiated economic integration in the European Union

41. The Asset Quality Review and Capital Needs: Why re-capitalise banks with public money?

42. Net Neutrality and Mandatory Network-Sharing: How to disconnect the continent

43. Policy Lessons for Macroeconomic and Financial Crisis Management in the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean

44. Strong Governments, Weak Banks

45. The New European Framework for Managing Bank Crises

46. Pushing the Turbo Button: What Next for the Polishâ?"Romanian Strategic Partnership?

47. Bringing Stability to Europe: Why Europe needs a banking union

48. Due Diligence: An Impertinent Inquiry into Microfinance

49. Spain's fiscal targets should be eased

50. Fixing Mortgage Finance: What to Do with the Federal Housing Administration?

51. Interest Rate Shock and Sustainability of Italy's Sovereign Debt

52. Liquidity in times of crisis: Even the ESM needs it

53. The Spanish Hangover

54. The Freedom Savings Credit: A Practical Step to Build Americans' Household Balance Sheets

55. EIU: Global outlook summary

56. Implementing Basel III in Europe: Diagnosis and avenues for improvement

57. An Agenda for the European Council: Feasible steps to bring the eurozone back from the precipice

58. 'Grexit': Who would pay for it?

59. Can Italy and Spain survive rates of 6-7%?

60. Unholy compromise in the eurozone and how to right it

61. Central Banks in Times of Crisis: The FED vs. the ECB

62. Money and power: EU budget negotiations in a time of austerity

63. The United States and the Global Future

64. The global crisis: Have we learned the right lessons?

65. The need for contingency planning: potential scenarios of Eurozone disintegration

66. Global Rebalancing: The Dangerous Obsession

67. External versus Domestic Debt in the Euro Crisis

68. The EU's Response to the Financial Crisis: A mid-term review

69. Can the eurozone countries still live together happily ever after?

70. Restoring financial stability in the euro area

71. Debt reduction without default?

72. An evaluation of the French proposal for a restructuring of Greek debt

73. Europe on the Brink

74. Turkey's 2000/1 Banking Crisis: A Case Study for the Transformation of the Greek Finance?

75. The Eurozone Debt Crisis: From its origins to a way forward

76. Only a more active ECB can solve the euro crisis

77. Sustainability of Greek Public Debt

78. Eurozone finally agrees a deal but uncertainties remain unresolved

79. Speculative Attacks within or outside a Monetary Union: Default versus Inflation (what to do today)

80. Austerity ahead: How will a conservative victory change Spanish politics?

81. Going for Broke: The Budgetary Consequences of Current US Defense Strategy.

82. The Pentagon's New Mission Set: A Sustainable Choice?

83. Strategic Adjustment to Sustain the Force: A survey of current proposals.

84. Pentagon cuts in context: No reason for "doomsday" hysteria

85. Continuing Resolution: Congress Goes Easy on DoD Rebalances Budget in Pentagon's Favor

86. The Pentagon and Deficit Reduction: FY-2012 Budget Retains Exceptional Level of Defense Spending

87. What Can and Cannot Be Done about Rating Agencies

88. Debt Relief for Egypt?

89. Oil Exporters to the Euro's Rescue?

90. US Lessons for the Eurozone: Restoring Confidence through Transparency

91. Botswana's Debt Sustainability: A Brief Narrative

92. Will It Be Brussels, Berlin, or Financial Markets that Check Moral Hazard in Europe's Bailout Union? Most Likely the Latter!

93. Emerging Africa: How 17 Countries Are Leading the Way

94. The NBRIC Revolution and International Relations?

95. How Europe Can Muddle Through Its Crisis

96. Lessons from the Asian Monetary Fund for the European Monetary Fund

97. Icon or Omen? Dubai's Debt Problem and the Gulf

98. US Interests and the International Monetary Fund

99. Synchronized Dive into Recession: Focus on Damage Limitation

100. Defense Monitor, Vol. XXXVII, No. 2 - March/April 2008