Political Mess threadAnother common denominator: Gerald Ford, like Joe Biden, had the courage to end an ill-conceived and ultimately disastrous war. Nixon and Trump …
Patience – and a moderate Republican candidate – are the keys.
NATO threadBecause They Could was homely but pithy. Want to argue about that?
EP readers, meet the Christian Science Monitor’s Fred Weir
Meanwhile, eight excellent meat-and-potatoes sessions from the AEA Meetings can be surveyed here.
A complimentary recording of Harvard University professor Nathan Nunn’s AEA Distinguished Lecture (formerly the Ely Lecture), “On the Dynamics of Human…
Holiday threadWhat did I miss? A very good panel on China’s Global Claims, for one thing; another on How Much Government Debt is Sustainable; a third on The A…
A couple of things I didn't see at the Meetings
Fork threadA Fork-in-the Road weekly in January promises another interesting one in October, don’t you think, whatever the news? Talk among yourselves all …
The committee that awards the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences has a decision to make
Economic Principals is not writing this week.
Yalta ThreadI continue to get a good deal of news about Russia from Johnson’s Russia List. You can too, if you’re interested. The author’s life makes an int…