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April 1, 2006

Emerging Markets
Martin Wolf must have an amazing research assistant …

Either that or he has a lot of time on his hands.The powerpoint slides that accompany his John Hopkins lecture series on the Global Economy are amazing.  And not just because they are all shaded FT p…

September 12, 2007

United States
A savings glut, not an investment drought -

So argues Ben Bernanke.   His basic argument is very simple.  The emerging world now has a large and growing current account surplus that finances a large and growing current account defic…

June 5, 2009

Monetary Policy
The return of Bretton Woods Two? (or Bretton Woods 2.1?)

If you read the headlines earlier this week, you might well have concluded that the dollar’s days as the world’s leading reserve currency are numbered. Yu Yongding of China’s Academy of Social Sc…

September 5, 2008

Elections and Voting
Symposium on Iran and Policy Options for the Next Administration: Session One: Iran's Domestic Politics

Watch experts discuss the internal political and economic situation in Iran.


September 5, 2008

Elections and Voting
CFR Symposium: Iran and Policy Options for the Next Administration, Session One - Iran's Domestic Politics

This was part of the Symposium on Iran and Policy Options for the Next Administration, which was made possible through the generous support ofthe Carnegie Corporation of New York. RICHARD N. HAA…


September 5, 2008

Nonproliferation, Arms Control, and Disarmament
Iran and Policy Options for the Next Administration

8:00 to 8:30 a.m. Breakfast Reception 8:30 to 9:45 a.m. Session One: Iran's Domestic Politics Ali Ansari, Professor and Director, Institute for Iranian Studies, University of St. Andrews Farideh F…


September 6, 2016

Imbalances Are Back, In Asia and Globally

The Economist, inspired in part by a recent paper by Caballero, Farhi and Gourinchas, highlighted two key points in its free exchange column criticizing Germany’s surplus: a) Global imbalances have …

CA Europe and Asia

September 25, 2015

Weekend Reading: Iran’s Parliament, Syria Divided, and Egyptian Illusions

Farideh Farhi explores the Iranian parliament’s review of the nuclear deal. Abdulrahman al-Rashed examines the consequences of a divided Syria. Maged Atiya discusses the illusions and theatricality…


September 3, 2015

Middle East and North Africa
The Middle East After the Iran Nuclear Deal

The nuclear deal inked by Iran and major powers has implications not just for proliferation, but Middle Eastern security as well. Five experts weigh in on what the deal means for regional powers and …

May 26, 2009

United States
The Foreign Policy Factor in Iran’s Presidential Race

Farideh Farhi, a prominent expert on Iranian politics, says Iran’s presidential race highlights very clear differences on how Iran’s foreign policy should be conducted and the debate has major implic…