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Anna Wojciuk

Anna Wojciuk

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Anna Wojciuk is Associate Professor of International Relations at the University of Warsaw.

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  1. Can National Reconciliation Defeat Populism?
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    Can National Reconciliation Defeat Populism?

    Oct 2, 2023 Maciej Kisilowski & Anna Wojciuk reflect on the outcome of Slovakia's general election in the run-up to Poland's decisive vote.

  2. The Authoritarian Hangover
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    The Authoritarian Hangover

    May 9, 2023 Maciej Kisilowski & Anna Wojciuk consider the dilemma that confronts democratic forces after they topple populist leaders.

  3. Ukraine's Lessons for NATO's Eastern Flank
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    Ukraine's Lessons for NATO's Eastern Flank

    Feb 25, 2022 Maciej Kisilowski & Anna Wojciuk worry that Hungary and Poland are on a similar trajectory of internal division and external vulnerability.

  4. How Democracies Can Beat the Pandemic
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    How Democracies Can Beat the Pandemic

    Apr 2, 2020 Maciej Kisilowski & Anna Wojciuk advocate the formation of national unity governments in Europe and elsewhere to combat COVID-19.

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    The Way Forward for Ukraine’s Economy

    Joseph E. Stiglitz & Andrew Kosenko

    With sufficient assistance from the West, Ukraine will prevail over its much larger and richer authoritarian neighbor. But to enjoy the fruits of victory, it will have to move faster in its transition from a post-communist oligarchy, while being careful to resist the siren call of free-market fundamentalism.

    offer a roadmap for guiding the country's recovery and reconstruction during and after the war.
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    Rich Countries Must Meet Their Biodiversity Financing Pledges

    Mary Robinson urges international policymakers to use the upcoming COP16 summit to close the nature-finance gap.
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    Inequality Spurs Democratic Backsliding

    Susan Stokes shows that countries with fairer economies are less likely to succumb to authoritarian populism.
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    Bracing for a More Inflationary World

    Raghuram G. Rajan thinks central banks will remain under pressure to maintain tighter policies over the medium term.
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    The Irrationality of EU Tariffs on Chinese EVs

    Daniel Gros argues that Europe should be both subsidizing its own green industries and welcoming low-cost green imports.
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    Do We Need a Plaza Accord 2.0?

    Koichi Hamada thinks that policymakers should instead focus on the benefits provided by a flexible exchange-rate regime.
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    The False Distinction Between Industrial and Economic Policy

    Célestin Monga explains why differentiating between “vertical” and “horizontal” government intervention does not hold water.
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    Don’t Be Fooled by China’s Third Plenum

    Stephen S. Roach reminds Western observers that the Chinese government's real priorities are very different from their own.
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    What the New Left Needs

    Dani Rodrik sketches a worker-focused economic program that can take the wind out of right-wing populists' sails.

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