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Trump’s Trade Policy: New Deals or No Deals?
Trade & Finance | Sunday, November 12, 2017

President Trump sees himself as a masterful negotiator. He is very critical of past U.S. trade negotiators, and has suggested that his tough-minded business colleagues like Carl Icahn could do a better job.


How to Realistically Solve the North Korea Crisis
World | Sunday, November 12, 2017

Washington sees North Korea as a security challenge. Yet the North threatens America only because the United States intervened in the conflict between the two Koreas. The case for defending now populous and prosperous South Korea expired long ago.


Ten Essential Strategies for Achieving International Success
Strategies | Saturday, November 11, 2017

When exporting, importing, investing abroad or establishing strategic alliances with foreign producers, it’s critical to understand the hidden risks. If not, an unethical supplier can result in endless lawsuits and poor market opportunities can generate tremendous losses. On the other hand, correctly grasping foreign market wants, needs and abilities can lead to great success. To make your job easier, consider the following factors.


The Collapse of Venezuela and Its Impact on the Region
World | Sunday, August 20, 2017

In May 2017, as the number killed during protests against the regime of Nicolás Maduro in Venezuela climbed toward 40, and with more than 130 injured and over 1,300 arrests, many in the United States and the region asked, “How much longer could it go on?”(1)


Can U.S.-China Relations Survive President Donald Trump?
Politics | Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Can the U.S.-China relationship be saved? Not if President Donald Trump has his way. He recently lashed out wildly at Beijing. The American president acts impulsively, his emotions fluctuating madly, and out of ignorance, his beliefs reflecting a most superficial understanding of the underlying issues. His shortcomings bode ill for maintaining a functioning bilateral relationship between the world’s two most important nations.


Foxconn’s Savvy Investment: Hedging against an Emerging Trade War
Manufacturing | Thursday, August 03, 2017

“Designed by Apple in California; Assembled in China” are the words engraved on the back of Apple’s ubiquitous iPods, iPads, and iPhones. Might that soon change? Foxconn, the Taiwan-headquartered company that does Apple’s assembling in China, announced last week that it will invest up to $10 billion in production facilities in Wisconsin.


Illegal Immigrant Crime Wave? Evidence Is Hard to Find
Labor | Tuesday, August 01, 2017

The House of Representatives recently passed two laws to crack down on illegal immigrants in the United States — Kate’s Law (H.R. 3004) and the No Sanctuary for Criminals Act (H.R. 3003). Both were prompted by the tragic 2015 murder of Kate Steinle by an illegal immigrant named Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, and by the perception that illegal immigrants have created a crime wave. That perception is simply untrue.


The Real Reason North Korea May Start a War
World | Tuesday, August 01, 2017

If you listen to the administration today you would think America was a small, virtually defenseless country threatened by a gaggle of hostile great powers. The latest national-security crisis involves the vast, globe-spanning empire of North Korea. Director of National Intelligence Daniel Coats declared on NBC that the North “has become a potential existential threat to the United States.” He apparently sees Pyongyang’s armored divisions, aircraft carriers, air wings and nuclear-tipped missiles encircling the beleaguered United States.


America Has Yet to Realize Its Potential Wealth
U.S. | Saturday, June 17, 2017

I have a real problem with progressives and others that claim that America’s wealth threshold has already been reached and we have nowhere else to go but down. I couldn’t disagree more.


One Belt, One Road: Why Trump Should Get behind China's Plan
Trade & Finance | Saturday, June 17, 2017

Like Hong Kong, Macau enjoys special status within China. The Special Administrative Region is effectively governed by Beijing, but retains liberal freedoms reflecting its Portuguese heritage. Much smaller than neighboring Hong Kong, Macau relies on gaming rather than finance as its economic foundation.


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Additional Articles Author
China in 2012: Predictions and Expectations David Hofmann
Today’s Critical Jobs Issues Are Tomorrow’s Drivers of Growth John Manzella
The Latest Lurking International Trade Liability: Understanding the Impact David Forgue
The Bias Against Imports: Our Trade Account Is Not the Scoreboard Daniel Ikenson
Brazil: A Land of Opportunity Well Into the 21st Century John Manzella
From a Seller’s to a Buyer’s Market: Dynamic Changes Are Occurring in China’s Retail Sector James Sinclair
China Must Liberalize: Rule of Law Is Required that Assigns Responsibility to Individuals, Not State James A. Dorn
What Every Member of Congress Needs To Know: A Lesson in Economics, Global Trade and Protectionism Daniel Griswold
China’s Rise: Are U.S. Leaders Learning the Wrong Lessons? Daniel Ikenson
Shifting Manufacturing Trends and the Rise of “Backshoring” John Manzella
Beyond Exports: A Better Case for Free Trade Daniel Ikenson and Scott Lincicome
America’s Transportation Infrastructure Is in Need of Repair and Improvements John Manzella
A Free Trade Agreement with Korea Will Benefit Both Nations Doug Bandow
American Capitalism, Character and Constitution Ensure a Bright Tomorrow John Manzella
The Public is Routinely Misinformed about Trade Daniel Ikenson
Is Stimulus Spending Sending the Wrong Message? Larry Davidson
Why the “China Price” Will Not Skyrocket: Six Factors Robert Heilman
Is America Losing Its Competitive Edge in Manufacturing, Science and Technology? John Manzella
Exports Are Vital to the American Economy and Becoming Even More Important John Manzella
Sustaining China’s Economic Recovery: Domestic Consumption is Key David Hofmann

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