Econographics Jul 28, 2022
Keeping everyone in the club: How sanctions complicate the Bretton Woods Institutions’ job
By Mrugank Bhusari, Maia Nikoladze, Amin Mohseni-Cheraghlou
With a voting majority at the Bretton Woods Institutions, the G7 and EU can collectively ask the institutions to comply with their sanctions. This is complicating the IMF and World Bank’s functions.
New Atlanticist Jul 21, 2022
The world isn’t ready for the looming emerging-market debt crisis
By Vasuki Shastry and Jeremy Mark
A perfect storm of economic forces threatens to swamp developing countries, and the international community—starting with the G20—isn’t prepared to do much about it.
New Atlanticist Jun 24, 2022
Seven trends to watch as the world’s richest countries get together
By the GeoEconomics Center
From inflation to sanctions, these are the key questions facing the G7 countries—which represent around half the global economy—at their upcoming summit.