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M. Nicolas J. Firzli is Director of the CEE Council, a Paris-based economic strategy think-tank.

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       Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Europe's Economic Predicament: the Broken Bismarckian Promise The World Pensions Council's M. Nicolas J. Firzli on how post financial crisis policy is shifting the state/private consensus across the European Union and irreparably damaging the European economy.

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       Thursday, August 11, 2011
Infrastructure Investments in an Age of Austerity The rise of infrastructure investments as a "new" asset class for pensions funds and sovereign wealth funds at a time when most governments have to cut back drastically on direct public spending... The budgetary profligacy of the US & other G7 countries on the domestic front (large defence budgets, generous social insurance programs, subsidized housing) won't be sustainable in the post-2011 "Age of Austerity"

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       Friday, June 18, 2010
Turkey's Ascendancy, the Russification of Israel and the Future of the Middle-East Understand the historical and ideological roots of the rise of Turkey, in interactive relation with European and Asian attitudes, and how they relate to the current cultural drift of Israeli society towards renewed violence and rigid militarism