Economics, Society, Technology

The Reconn Reader: 28 September, 2019

Each week, I share some of the most interesting articles I’ve come across in the past seven days. Here is this week’s selection. Inclusion does not mean endorsement. -CA   World & Politics Many east Germans see themselves as second-class citizens Christian Hirte, the government commissioner for eastern Germany, insisted that the real situation in the […]

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Economics, Society

The Reconn Reader: 21 September, 2019

Each week, I share some of the most interesting articles I’ve come across in the past seven days. Here is this week’s selection. Inclusion does not mean endorsement. -CA   World & Politics What Nigerian cities can learn from the rest of the world Second, it is important to change the narrative. In reality, there is no […]

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Economics, Society, Technology

The Reconn Reader: 13 September, 2019

Each week, I share some of the most interesting articles I’ve come across in the past seven days. Here is this week’s selection. Inclusion does not mean endorsement. -CA   World & Politics Has Europe Reached Peak Populism? To be sure, ruling right-wing nationalist parties scored spectacular victories in the European Parliament election in Poland and […]

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Economics, Society, Technology

The Reconn Reader: 6 September, 2019

Each week, I share some of the most interesting articles I’ve come across in the past seven days. Here is this week’s selection. Inclusion does not mean endorsement. -CA   World & Politics Fiasco: the inside story of the Brexit talks Whitehall was alert to the dangers. Privately, Rogers warned that it might take a decade […]

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Economics, Society, Technology

Reconn Reader: 30 August, 2019

Each week, I share some of the most interesting articles I’ve come across in the past seven days. Here is this week’s selection. Inclusion does not mean endorsement. -CA   World & Politics Is Hong Kong’s rich, obedient neighbor China’s new golden child? Tung Chee-hwa, then Hong Kong’s leader, eventually resigned in the middle of his […]

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Economics, Society, Technology

The Reconn Reader: August 25, 2019

Each week, I share some of the most interesting articles I’ve come across in the past seven days. Here is this week’s selection. Inclusion does not mean endorsement. -CA   World & Politics How Germany Became the Country of Cars Exploring Germany’s place in automotive history was what brought me to the industrial heartland of the […]

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Economics, Society, Technology

The Reconn Reader: 16 August, 2019

Each week, I share some of the most interesting articles I’ve come across in the past seven days. Here is this week’s selection. Inclusion does not mean endorsement. -CA   World & Politics In game of Brexit chicken, Boris Johnson driving a Mini, Brussels is driving a bus He’s currently pretending to play a chicken game […]

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Economics, Society, Technology

The Reconn Reader: 19 July, 2019

Each week, I share some of the most interesting articles I’ve come across in the past seven days. Here is this week’s selection. Inclusion does not mean endorsement. -CA   World & Politics Europe risks irrelevance in the age of great power competition Looking ahead, there is no reason to suppose that the global situation the […]

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Economics, Society, Technology

The Reconn Reader: 12 July, 2019

Each week, I share some of the most interesting articles I’ve come across in the past seven days. Here is this week’s selection. Inclusion does not mean endorsement. -CA   World & Politics NEW WORKERS OF THE WORLD You will never stop us poaching, never, ever, ever, see. In our minds, f— their concerns, ’cause this […]

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Economics, Society, Technology

The Reconn Reader: 5 July, 2019

Each week, I share some of the most interesting articles I’ve come across in the past seven days. Here is this week’s selection. Inclusion does not mean endorsement. -CA   World & Politics The global crisis in conservatism Conservatives respect business and are prudent stewards of the economy, because prosperity underpins everything. Hungary’s prime minister, Viktor […]

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