Injecting Game Theory into Brexit

As Brexit runs havoc around the country, having already swallowed two Prime Ministers and looking hungry for a third, we injected game theory into this labyrinth in hopes that it might shed some light into this perplexing puzzle playing out in front of us.  The Nash Equilibrium, named after Nobel Laureate John Nash who spoke... Continue Reading →

Hong Kong Protests: Danger, Democracy, and Disillusionment in the Far East

On Sunday, 18th August,  1.7 million people gathered in Hong Kong’s second-largest pro-democracy march, defying a police ban and increasingly sinister warnings from the Chinese Central government. The demonstration, the latest in a series of protests which have gripped the island region, was initially sparked in June 2019 by a widely controversial extradition-bill which would empower... Continue Reading →

WES Exclusive: The European Neighbourhood Council (ENC) on the Japanese Oil Tanker Attack and its consequences for Europe

On June 13th, a Japanese tanker was attacked off the Gulf of Oman, provoking accusations by the US of Iranian culpability. Numerous conflicting reports have cast doubt on the US’s accusations and ignited uncertainty of how Europe should best respond to prevent the situation escalating further. WES had the exclusive privilege of receiving comment on... Continue Reading →

WES Exclusive: Chief Executive of the European Policy Centre on ECB’s decision to end its €2.6 trillion crisis-era QE

Fabian Zuleeg, the Chief Executive of the European Policy Centre calls for structural economic reforms to combat slow eurozone growth. In line with market expectations, the European Central Bank (ECB) finally switched off its money-printing machine, joining the Federal Reserves and the Bank of England in the gradual exit from crisis-era stimulus programmes. ECB’s President,... Continue Reading →

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