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Boris Johnson Could yet end up on top

The Prime Minister in recent days has finally revealed his proposals to resolve the Brexit impasse. Under his plan the hated Northern Ireland backstop would be ditched and replaced by the whole of the UK leaving the European Union’s customs union....
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The Call for Institutional Leadership

In today’s world, where some multinationals are larger than national economies, and where a 16-year-old activist can mobilize more people than politicians, there is clearly a role for institutional leaders to lead the charge and serve as beacons of hope for solving the world’s most pressing problems....
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Implications of China’s Green Policy for Manufacturers

China’s participation in the 2019 UN Climate Action Summit, held at the UN Headquarters in New York on September 23, marks another major milestone in the development of China’s environmental protection policies....
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Building Multilateralism for Tribes in South Asia

For multilateral agencies, South Asia presents key opportunities to showcase the effectiveness of development initiatives, and to demonstrate how economic development and tribal cultures can coexist. ...
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Tumultuous Climate for Climate: Multilateralism in Crisis

Addressing the climate emergency is on the top of the agenda for this year’s 74th meeting of the UNGA. While there will be a ton of popular activism and eye-catching business commitments, meaningful government collaboration may be lacking....
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Israel’s Elections: No Winner, but the Loser is Clear

For the second time in 2019, Israel went to the polls on September 17th. APCO team in Tel Aviv takes a closer look at the results, next steps and implications from the elections....
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A Guide to the New Italian Government

After an unexpected summer crisis, Italy officially has a new government led once again by Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte. APCO’s team in Italy shares three things to know about the situation, and insights on key pieces of the government’s new agenda....
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How to Navigate the Latest in the US-China Trade Situation

Recent presidential tweets “ordering” U.S. companies to begin looking for alternatives to manufacturing in China raised many questions and concerns among business leaders. Looking forward, it’s critical for corporate leaders to stay informed and be prepared to act....
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Israel’s Second 2019 Elections

This is the first time in Israel's history that national elections are being held twice in one year. While the issues from the April elections remain core concerns for the Israeli public, here are some additional factors to consider in the lead up to the September elections....
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A Two-Speed Boris?

During the Conservative Party leadership election, in Boris Johnson’s first speech on the steps of Downing Street and after the most dramatic Cabinet reshuffle in decades, Brexit remains the number one concern of the British political class....
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