18 Mar 2009

The Strategic Consequences of the Global Financial and Economic Crisis

Richard Youngs / Brad Setser / Fyodor Lukyanov / Lanxin Xiang / Jørgen Mortensen / Michael Emerson

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The latest in the series of European Security Forum papers brings together the presentations given at a Forum on the The Strategic Consequences of the Global Financial and Economic Crisis held at CEPS in February 2009. Five distinguished speakers from the US, Russia, China and Europe consider the implications of the crisis for their countries and the rest of the world.

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