The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @pwgallagher ever

May 2015

I subscribe to the @nytimes online less for the words on the page than for the pages::http://t.co/CHoDP9xVjQ

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UNESCO World Heritage Committee to take Barrier Reef off “endangered” list. Recent FT “Long Read” story misleading::http://t.co/PR8rO9cibg

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Global governance a choice between upright, narrow oligarchy & corrupt inclusive leadership acc. to Branko Milanovic::http://t.co/yw3txmeI4w

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“Almost all studies agreePP] is not big enough. Specifically, the exclusion of China is costlyâeconomist.com/cge15IOmq (@sdonnannnan)

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Clear from this that Xi is unlikely to be interested in #TPP. Still, an #FTAAP wd. likely offer China bigger rewards::http://t.co/kjzVFrDtbg

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dikenson @sdonnan Shoe tariffs among the most regressive taxes in US law, but what better way to save 19th century jobs in a 21st century agreement?

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Cameron’s problem:”years of infighting and financial chaos have not been a compelling advertisement for [Europe]”::http://t.co/fGms9Ty7ip

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@SincDavidson You mean GRRM’s books are not this dull?

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@KevinPGallagher The FT ‘barrier reef’ story is editorial. An unbalanced beat-up of green-lobby briefs & FUD. FT editors should be ashamed.

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“Abbott doesn’t want ‘predator behaviour’ in iron ore”. Not a clue about markets; all his instincts to micro-manage::http://t.co/WSKj2oThyn

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@snlester ’Expropriation’ gets a pretty broad reading, no? (Plain packaging). Art II.6.2 (a) & Annex II-A assert bounds set by CIL.

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@snlester “Fair and equitable” in II.6 = (chiefly) “due process,” but bounded. Even if you drop II.6, II.7 brings it back. But w/out bounds.

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@snlester But those obligations re-import min. standards e.g. ‘due process’ (Art II.7.1 (d)) in a form not bounded by stipulations in II.6.

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@snlester If Art II.6 of the ‘leaked’ investment chapter of TTP were dropped would that constrain ISDS tribunals more, or less?

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The same old wretched story: industrialising-urbanising ctrys “progress” from taxing, to subsidising the farm sector::http://t.co/tyWrmMdO5m

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As an attack on Govt’s budget this is pathetic. But Govt’s failure to produce details of China FTA is still worse::https://t.co/kOhoCKYqkj

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@snlester No. Can’t speak for PL. I am guessing — hence the query — that he might risk the experiment, as I would (http://t.co/d9BHb4akwj).

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@snlester asks if ISDS is a mistake (http://t.co/KuHFXFCKZy). I say, a risk worth taking. As does Patrick Low (?)(http://t.co/d9BHb4akwj)

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Don Knuth’s nomination for the best novel of the 20th C. - Perec, La Vie Mode d’Emploi (@3’55”) Yes!::https://t.co/IlPUUv0PrG

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bill_easterly What happened in that British election? Here’s a great explainer bv.ms/1F4xxOR

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Historic irony If Cameron scrapes home on “Victory IN Europe” day.

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Overlapping USA, CHN regional trade deals a waste rather than a clash. Should be jointly promoting global free trade::http://t.co/OhFzu12Dhw

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RT @CoppetainPU: 2100 WTO officials around world? Only 650, only in Geneva. RT@ipwatch Anonymous hacks WTO, leaks personal info http://t.co…

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RT @SincDavidson: Cut spending and economy will grow http://t.co/Kpxe1gGOyH

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Bar charts fudge continuous data sets. Excellent paper on alternatives (instructions in supplmts) H/T @chneukirchen::http://t.co/SM0kbdmtEy

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RT @snlester: Is the TPP a regional free trade agreement, or a group of bilateral free trade agreements? http://t.co/RP3sU6JuwU

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