Category Archives: India

Employment And Automation

It seems to me…. “The test of our progress is not whether we add more to the abundance of those who have much; it is whether we provide enough for those who have little.” ~ Franklin D. Roosevelt[1]. Major traditional … Continue reading

Posted in Agriculture, Agriculture, AI, AI, Artificial Intelligence, Artificial Intelligence, Automation, Automation, Automation, Britain, China, China, College, Computerization, David Ricardo, Economic, Education, Education, Employment, Employment, employment, Ethiopia, Farming, Globalization, High School, Income, India, Inequality, Inequality, Infrastructure, Jobs, Jobs, Jobs, Low-Skill, Luddites, Luddites, Manufacturing, Manufacturing, Middle Class, Middle-Income, Off-Shoring, Outsourcing, Pareto Curve, Research, Robots, Skilled, skilled, Taxes, Technology, Technology, Thomas Carlyle, Unemployment, Wages, Wages, Wassily Leontief, Workers | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

2016 – The Year That Was

It seems to me…. “For 18 years I have resisted talking about current events. I am not going to start now.” ~ George H. W. Bush[1]. 2016 was comprised of many little things: while some events over the past year … Continue reading

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The U.S. Approach To Foreign Policy

It seems to me…. “Adroit geo-strategists take new realities into account as they try to imagine how global politics will unfold. In the foreign policy business, however, inertia is a powerful force and ‘adroit’ a little-known concept.” ~ Stephen Kinzer[1]. … Continue reading

Posted in Anti-Americanism, Asia, Beijing, Belgium, China, CIA, Europe, Foreign Policy, George W. Bush, Globalization, Globalization, Henry Kissinger, IMF, India, Indonesia, Interdependence, International Monetary Fund, Markets, Mexico, Mexico, Middle-East, Military, Muslim, Narendra Modi, Netherlands, Obama, Renminbi, Secretary of State, World, World War I | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

The U.S. Approach To Foreign Policy

It seems to me…. “Adroit geo-strategists take new realities into account as they try to imagine how global politics will unfold. In the foreign policy business, however, inertia is a powerful force and ‘adroit’ a little-known concept.” ~ Stephen Kinzer[1]. … Continue reading

Posted in Asia, Asia, Asian infrastructure Bank, Banks, Beijing, Belgium, China, Department of State, Fiscal Policy, Foreign, George W. Bush, Globalization, Globalization, Henry Kissinger, India, Indonesia, International Monetary Fund, International Monetary Fund, Markets, Mexico, Mexico, Middle-East, Narendra Modi, Netherlands, Obama, Opportunities, Policy, Renminbi, Renminbi, World | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

The U.S. Role In A Changing World

It seems to me… “It might be a good idea if the various countries of the world would occasionally swap history books, just to see what other people are doing with the same set of facts.”  ~ Bill Vaughan, journalist … Continue reading

Posted in Bangladesh, China, Conservatives, Democracy, Economy, GDP, Global, Governance, Growth, Human, India, Interaction, Japan, Modernization, Renminbi, Rights, South Korea, Stability, Vietnam | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment