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Il ministro degli esteri tedesco Annalena Baerbock è oggi a Parigi e venerdì il primo ministro francese Elisabeth Borne incontrerà Olaf Scholz a Berlino. Finiti i grandi appuntamenti internazionali delle ultime settimane è ora tempo di tornare a casa e sistemare le questioni lasciate in sospeso, relazioni franco-tedesche in primis.
Is international trade in good or bad shape?
The rhetoric of favouring local firms with trade policies cuts no ice with students of history. Such favouritism—which essentially involves taking unilateral policy measures that discriminate one way or another against foreign rivals—is undesirable for at least two reasons. First, it distorts competitive processes at home—which means it slows down the process by which successful domestic firms destroy failing local firms that cannot match the winners’ salary offers and terms for suppliers.
What are the ‘health conditions’ of international trade? Since the outbreak of the war in Ukraine, the future of globalisation has been debated. The conflict sparked an economic shock, with energy prices skyrocketing and 'bottlenecks' emerging along some key supply chains related to agricultural commodities. The dialogue between non-western powers, as opposed to typically Euro-Atlantic for a, such as G7 and NATO, suddenly turned tense.
In response to the Intellectual Property waiver proposal submitted to the WTO TRIPS Council by India and South Africa in October 2020 (revised in May 2021), the Ministerial Decision on the TRIPS Agreement, adopted at the 12th WTO Ministeri
The European Union’s new trade policy motto of Open Strategic Autonomy is defined as ‘EU’s ability to make its own choices and shape the world around it through leadership and engagement, reflecting its strategic interests and values’. A vague definition, which suits the various sensitivities across EU member states. Yet, deeds not words are what will define EU’s Open Strategic Autonomy.
Digital trade is an essential and growing element of global commerce, but its growth is threatened by nationalist data protectionism. Overcoming this problem requires coordinated global policies that balance the gains from efficiency with the needs for protecting data privacy.
A debate is raging about the future of globalisation. Concerns about supply-side shocks unleashed by the Covid pandemic and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine have led some to argue that globalisation has gone too far. The just-in-time mentality has become outdated, and resilient and robust supply chains are back in vogue.
Delle tante pronunciate al G20, c'è una frase che più delle altre illustra la fase geopolitica nella quale stiamo entrando: “Non dobbiamo dividere di nuovo il mondo”. Lo ha detto Joko Widodo, il presidente indonesiano. È qualcosa di più di una generica esortazione alla pace. È come un avviso dei paesi emergenti, il Sud del mondo, alle grandi potenze: Usa/Occidente, Russia e Cina. “Grazie, abbiamo già dato”.