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Anne O. Krueger
By Anne O. Krueger - Oct 28,2019
WASHINGTON, DC — Webster’s Dictionary defines “emergency” as “a sudden, urgent, usually unexpected occurrence requiring immediate action”. By that standard, US President Donald Trump’s claim that the United States faces an immigration emergency is simply not credible.
By Anne O. Krueger - Sep 23,2019
WASHINGTON, DC — Imagine a man who has lived too extravagantly and eventually must go to the doctor for treatment of an acute disease, along with several other chronic conditions.
By Anne O. Krueger - Aug 22,2019
WASHINGTON, DC — Decision-making based on evidence rather than superstition was a driving force behind the Industrial Revolution, and the collection of statistics has, accordingly, become a hallmark of the modern age.
By Anne O. Krueger - May 25,2019
WASHINGTON, DC — Not content with its trade war against China, US President Donald Trump’s administration has also opened bilateral trade negotiations with Japan.
By Anne O. Krueger - May 01,2019
WASHINGTON DC — When you try something for 99 years and the situation keeps getting worse, it is time to try something else.
By Anne O. Krueger - Feb 20,2019
MEXICO CITY — The world has witnessed many sharp economic declines over the years, but Venezuela’s is surely one of the worst to date.
By Anne O. Krueger - Jan 16,2019
WASHINGTON, DC — America’s high-quality universities are among the key sources of its greatness.
By Anne O. Krueger - Nov 19,2018
WASHINGTON, DC — After World War II, the United States led the world in reducing protectionist barriers and establishing an open, rules-based trade system. That effort resulted in a half-century of the most rapid economic growth in human history.
By Anne O. Krueger - Oct 15,2018
WASHINGTON, DC — When the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) was announced, it was met by a sigh of relief around the world. A deal to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement meant that a complete disaster had been averted.
By Anne O. Krueger - Sep 19,2018
WASHINGTON, DC — Ten years after the failure of Lehman Brothers, we know that multilateral action was crucial in preventing the so-called Great Recession from becoming even worse than it was. Back then, it was the global financial system that was tottering.



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