Articles on Sebastian Dullien

No right without might (Commentary)

Sebastian Dullien - 10 July 2018

Europeans still indulge in the myth of economic influence without military strength. But their soft power approach will fail without hard weapons

Economists’ tunnel vision in the current trade conflict: What does Trump really want? (Commentary)

Sebastian Dullien - 26 April 2018

Outside the White House, no one knows what Trump is really after. However, betting on Trump just being impulsive without any strategic aims might prove very costly in the end.

Trade conflict with the U.S. is the only way to protect free trade (Commentary)

Sebastian Dullien - 23 February 2018

Free trade is about more than just about low tariffs. It is also about predictability, and the EU must not allow Trump to introduce arbitrary tariffs at will.

Eastern resentment of Germany spells trouble for Berlin and Brussels (Commentary)

Sebastian Dullien - 05 October 2017

In Central and Eastern Europe, wage convergence with the West has stalled - and people are blaming Germany.

Trump’s poisoned TTIP chalice (Commentary)

Sebastian Dullien - 28 April 2017

The prospect of reopening trade talks with the US puts the European Union in an invidious position.

Britain Steps Into a Deglobalising World (Commentary)

Sebastian Dullien - 20 February 2017

The trend for integration of global markets has softened and might soon even revert, which will force nation-states to rethink their trade strategies.

How to avoid a post-truth world (Commentary)

Sebastian Dullien & Jeremy Shapiro - 16 January 2017

It is time to recognize that the integrity of information is part of the critical infrastructure of liberal democracy.

Trumped up trade: The end of an era (Commentary)

Sebastian Dullien - 10 November 2016

The days of US fiscal restraint, and of global trade growth outpacing GDP growth, are now over. 

Europe's Trade Policy: Can a Phoenix Rise From the Ashes? (Commentary)

Sebastian Dullien - 14 October 2016

TTIP is dead but CETA can still be saved. 

The Apple tax bill is not protectionism (Commentary)

Sebastian Dullien - 02 September 2016

International conflicts are inevitable when governments challenge the excesses of multinational corporations.