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The Geopolitics of Greece: «One cannot afford anymore to manage the Greek crisis without due consideration of its geopolitical consequences» — Thanos Dokos (ELIAMEP)

The Geopolitics of Greece: «One cannot afford anymore to manage the Greek crisis without due consideration of its geopolitical consequences» -- Thanos Dokos (ELIAMEP)

Interview with Thanos Dokos, from ELIAMEP (Athens, Greece), by Jorge Nascimento Rodrigues, February 16
© JNR, 2015

«The greatest winner of the 2014 geopolitical crisis in Eastern Europe has been China», Constantin Gurdgiev

«The greatest winner of the 2014 geopolitical crisis in Eastern Europe has been China», Constantin Gurdgiev

Interview with Constantin Gurdgiev, Russian economist based in Dublin, by Jorge Nascimento Rodrigues (c) JNR, 2014

«The BRICs never were and never will be an economic or political bloc» (Ruchir Sharma)

«The BRICs never were and never will be an economic or political bloc» (Ruchir Sharma)

Ruchir Sharma is the author of “Breakout Nations”. He is the Head of Emerging Markets and Global Macro at Morgan Stanley Investment Management.
After the BRICS the name of the game is “breakout nations,” a group of surprises in the horizon.

A conversation with Ruchir Sharma
(c) JNR, 2012

CURRENCY WARS ALERT – interview with Ben Davies (Hinde Capital)

“These feelings can easily spill over into military action”
Ben Davies, CEO and co-founder of Hinde Capital, London. Interview by Jorge Nascimento Rodrigues about the world monetary earthquake.

The American “excepcionalism”: a default-proof superpower?

Criticizing deficit hysteria and debt-downsizing hawkery

A conversation with Yeva Nersisyan from the University of Missouri at Kansas City and Peter Dorman from Evergreen State College

Interviews by Jorge Nascimento Rodrigues, August 2010

«The BRIC label doesn’t really make sense»

AN INTERVIEW WITH PARAG KHANNA, AUTHOR OF ‘THE SECOND WORLD’

“I do not believe in a G2 bi-hegemony”

An interview with Paul Starobin, author of After America. It’s the first book from an American author speaking of an After America future.

«If the big creditors insist on continuing to run surpluses, this downturn will become deeper and longer than it otherwise would», says Robert Madsen from the MIT

There’s a big responsibility from the countries with liquidity – they are the main engine that can reverse the present severe depression. They have to fuel demand. America is no more the engine of growth. An interview with Robert Madsen, senior fellow at the MIT Center for International Studies.