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Daniel Cohen

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Daniel Cohen, President of the Board of Directors of the Paris School of Economics, is the author, most recently, of The Inglorious Years: The Collapse of the Industrial Order and the Rise of Digital Society (Princeton University Press, 2021).

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  1. Putin’s War Blows Up the French Election
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    Putin’s War Blows Up the French Election

    Apr 6, 2022 Daniel Cohen explains how issues relating to Ukraine have reshaped a decisive contest on the right.

  2. Waiting for Macron
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    Waiting for Macron

    Feb 16, 2022 Daniel Cohen explains why the French president's position remains strong ahead of April's election.

  3. The Battle for the French Right
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    The Battle for the French Right

    Jan 7, 2022 Daniel Cohen explains why President Emmanuel Macron may face a tougher re-election battle than previously expected.

  4. COVID-19 and the Rise of Digital Capitalism
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    COVID-19 and the Rise of Digital Capitalism

    Dec 4, 2021 Daniel Cohen shows how pandemic-induced lockdowns have greatly accelerated the growth of the virtual economy.

  5. Veils of Ignorance

    Veils of Ignorance

    Apr 14, 2004 Daniel Cohen

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    Fixing Our Public-Health Data Problem

    William A. Haseltine emphasizes the high costs of not having standardized protocols for collecting and sharing clinical information.
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    Uzbekistan’s Good Crisis

    Djoomart Otorbaev urges the country’s government to recognize the real causes of recent protests in Karakalpakstan.
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    Taking Back the Ocean, Inc.

    Alexander Kozul-Wright accuses the United Nations of perpetuating policies that are destroying Earth’s largest biosphere.
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    The Clean-Energy Race Is On

    Gernot Wagner

    While no legislation is perfect, the US Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 will be a game changer for the transition to clean-energy sources, both in America and around the world. By doubling down on forward-looking industrial policy, the US is suddenly poised to give Europe, China, and others a run for their money.

    shows how America's landmark climate legislation will trigger a cascade of economic and environmental benefits.
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    The Afghan Abyss

    Brahma Chellaney views last year's disastrous US withdrawal as just the start of a long series of policy blunders.
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    Bystanders No More

    Peter Singer urges citizens of rich countries to pressure their governments to provide sufficient aid to the world's poor.
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    What Was Different About the Latest Gaza Fighting?

    Shlomo Ben-Ami assesses whether Hamas's growing pragmatism will enable the negotiation of a durable truce with Israel.
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    What Does India Want from Russia?

    Sushanta Mallick & Brigitte Granville show how the Ukraine war is helping the country achieve significant – and advantageous – geopolitical autonomy.
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    How India Can Sustain Rapid Economic Growth

    Barry Eichengreen & Poonam Gupta say that the country's high GDP rate can be maintained only if structural reforms are swiftly implemented.

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