Analysis

'Ending naivety'? Implementing the EU International Procurement Instrument

10 Apr 2019
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Region: 
Multilateral

The European Commission’s decision to block the merger of Siemens and Alstom has triggered a new phase in the debate on European industrial policy. Wary of conceding its own prerogatives on competition to Paris and Berlin, the commission has proposed a range of alternative tools, including a...

China's two sessions, three battles, and external tensions

26 Mar 2019
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Region: 
Asia

China’s “two sessions” were revealing about the tensions between the leadership’s internal and external policy objectives. The authorities are attempting to strike a balance between controlling slower growth and increasing urban employment, while reducing rural poverty, combatting pollution and...

The Politics of AI

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25 Jan 2019
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Region: 
EU/Eurozone

What are the politics of artificial intelligence? What does it mean when we talk about regulating the actions of a machine that expresses intelligence?

"The Politics of AI" report was prepared by GC for a conference in 2019 and covers AI in healthcare, financial services, labour and the...

Navigating the Global Trading System Crisis: What Businesses Need to Know

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12 Sep 2018
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Region: 
Multilateral

In a new joint report, Carlos Gutierrez, Co-Chair of Albright Stonebridge Group, and Peter Mandelson, Chair of Global Counsel, warn business leaders that in the current crisis in the international trading system, companies and investors will need to develop new tools to safely navigate and...