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PAUL KRUGMAN

Paul Krugman writes a column for the New York Times.

Articles by PAUL KRUGMAN

Commentary: Trade, labor and politics Commentary: Trade, labor and politics
17 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
There’s a lot of things about the 2016 election that nobody saw coming, and one of them is that international trade policy is likely to be a major issue in the presidential campaign. [Read More]
Commentary: Crazy about money Commentary: Crazy about money
17 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
In this year of Trump, the land is loud with the wails of political commentators, rending their garments and crying out, “How can this be happening?” But a few brave souls are willing to whisper the awful truth: Many voters support Donald Trump because they actually agree with his ideas. [Read More]
Commentary: On invincible ignorance Commentary: On invincible ignorance
18 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
Remember Paul Ryan? The speaker of the House used to be a media darling, lionized as the epitome of the Serious, Honest Conservative — never mind those of us who actually looked at the numbers in his budgets and concluded that he was a con man. [Read More]
Commentary: Republican elite's reign of disdain Commentary: Republican elite's reign of disdain
18 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
“Sire, the peasants are revolting!” [Read More]
Commentary: Trump's ascension was no accident Commentary: Trump's ascension was no accident
19 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
Establishment Republicans who are horrified by the rise of Donald Trump might want to take a minute to remember the glitch heard round the world — the talking point Marco Rubio couldn’t stop repeating in a crucial debate, exposing him to devastating ridicule. [Read More]
Commentary: Trade and tribulation Commentary: Trade and tribulation
19 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
Why did Bernie Sanders win a narrow victory in Michigan, when polls showed Hillary Clinton with a huge lead? Nobody really knows, but there’s a lot of speculation that Sanders may have gained traction by hammering on the evils of trade agreements. [Read More]
Commentary: When fallacies collide Commentary: When fallacies collide
20 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
The formal debates among the Republicans who would be president have exceeded all expectations. Even the most hardened cynics couldn’t have imagined that the candidates would sink so low, and stay so focused on personal insults. [Read More]
Commentary: Clash of GOP con artists Commentary: Clash of GOP con artists
20 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
So Republicans are going to nominate a candidate who talks complete nonsense on domestic policy; who believes that foreign policy can be conducted via bullying and belligerence; who cynically exploits racial and ethnic hatred for political gain. [Read More]
Commentary: Our planet on the ballot Commentary: Our planet on the ballot
21 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
We now have a pretty good idea who will be on the ballot in November: Hillary Clinton, almost surely (after the South Carolina blowout, prediction markets give her a 96 percent probability of securing her party’s nomination), and Donald Trump, with high likelihood (currently 80 percent). [Read More]
Commentary: Twilight of the apparatchiks Commentary: Twilight of the apparatchiks
21 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
Lack of self-awareness can be fatal. The haplessness of the Republican establishment in the face of Trumpism is a case in point. [Read More]
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