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Francesco Stipo - Energy and Foreign Relations

Francesco Stipo



Jun 3, 2021
No Incentives for Business Makes Biden's Global Corporate Tax Ineffective
The global tax proposal would be ineffective if it does not include incentives for corporations to hire employees; for example, tax breaks for companies that rehire people laid-off during the pandemic, to reduce world unemployment and boost the global economy.


Jan 27, 2021
Will Biden Reset US-China Relations?
During his campaign for president, Joe Biden pledged to reverse the course of the Trump Administration's foreign policy. On the first day of his term, he signed a flurry of executive orders, rejoining the Paris (Climate) Agreement and revoking the permit for Keystone XL.


Aug 13, 2020
Energy Security Should Be Top Priority in Pompeo's Visit to Europe
The completion of Nord Stream 2 would make not only Germany, but most of Europe dependent on Russia for its energy demand, undermining the political freedom of European countries.


Mar 9, 2020
Trump Should Lift Trade Barriers With Brazil
If the Trump administration will lift trade barriers with Brazil, it would de facto implement a free trade area of the Americas, as the result of several bilateral trade deals rather than a single multilateral agreement.


Feb 24, 2020
Trump's India Visit Will Strengthen Strategic Cooperation
The Trump-Modi deal is expected to boost American investments in Indian infrastructures and to increase defense cooperation and bilateral trade between the world’s two largest democracies.


Aug 19, 2019
Will Greenland Become the 51st State?
In 1897, President McKinley signed the treaty of annexation of Hawaii to the United States. In 1959, President Eisenhower signed the Hawaii Admission Act, and Hawaii became the 50th US state.


May 13, 2019
Venezuela, Arms Control, Arctic Are Top Issues in US-Russia Talks
On Tuesday Secretary of State Pompeo will meet Russian President Vladimir Putin and the Minister of Foreign Affairs Sergey Lavrov in Sochi.


Jan 22, 2019
US-China Trade War Looms Over Davos This Year
On January 22-25 the World Economic Forum will hold its annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland.

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