Category Archives: Globalization

Recession Anxieties

It seems to me…. “Keynes’s contribution was not just to advocate spending government money in the middle of a recession. Every government had done that going back to the days of the Irish potato famine. What he gave to us … Continue reading

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U.S.-China Relations

It seems to me…. “China and the U.S. need each other very badly. Yes, we should argue about some things, but it’s not an ‘us versus them’, it’s an ‘us and them’ type scenario.” ~ Bill Gates[1]. U.S. foreign policy … Continue reading

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Challenges Of Economic Inequality

It seems to me…. “Economic inequality is a corrosive force that undermines economic growth, puts a brake on the fight against poverty, and sparks social unrest.” ~ Winnie Byanyima[1]. While limited societal inequality is necessary to serve as an incentive … Continue reading

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Making America Great Again

It seems to me…. “A country’s economic growth may be defined as a long-term rise in capacity to supply increasingly diverse economic goods to its population, this growing capacity based on advancing technology and the institutional and ideological adjustments that … Continue reading

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Our Erroneous China Policy

It seems to me…. “So in terms of the global economic footprint, let’s just say China within the next decade and a bit is likely to emerge as the world’s largest economy. Obviously its foreign policy and security policy footprint … Continue reading

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Worsening Economic Inequality

It seems to me…. “We need to start talking about inequality again; we need to start talking about the inequities and unfairnesses and the injustices of an excessively divided society, divided by wealth, by opportunity, by outcome, by assets and … Continue reading

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China Trade Policies

It seems to me…. “It’s really important for all of us to understand that healthy trade relationships between the U.S. and China are important.” ~ Dennis Muilenburg[1]. The Pacific will be the arena that defines the 21st century[2]. According to … Continue reading

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