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Congress Should Not Expect a Miracle from Monetary Stimulus
Economy | Monday, March 15, 2021

Monetary policy can only do so much: it cannot permanently increase the wealth of a nation. That is the lesson from economic history. In the short run, the Fed can affect real variables like output and employment by expansionary monetary policy, but trying to use monetary stimulus as the primary vehicle to move the economy forward is an invitation for price inflation in the longer run.

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3 critical strategies for businesses engaged internationally
World | Thursday, March 04, 2021

The business of international trade has become extremely complicated. Due to Covid-19, global supply chain disruptions have become commonplace, especially in China. And even when the risks associated with the pandemic end, the risks associated with supply chains won't.

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How Much of a Threat Is Espionage From Chinese Immigrants?
Politics | Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Most Americans, former President Donald Trump, and now the Joe Biden administration, all view China as the greatest geopolitical threat to the United States. Avril D. Haines, Biden’s new director of national intelligence, recently said last month “When it comes to espionage, [the Chinese] are an adversary.” And the recent sentencing for conspiracy to steal trade secrets and wire fraud of Chinese‐born husband and wife team Li Chen and Yu Zhou seems to, at least on the surface, justify this fear.

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China’s Technological Predation Threatens U.S. Security
U.S. | Friday, February 19, 2021

With broad, bipartisan support from Congress, the Biden administration is expected to commence an all‐of-government effort to confront the profound and rapidly multiplying challenges presented by China’s rise. Exactly what the program will entail remains unclear, but neutralizing Beijing’s web of predatory technology policies should be a priority.

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President Biden must improve American capitalism and promote global engagement
Economy | Tuesday, February 02, 2021

To protect America's way of life and standard of living, the Biden administration must take two critical steps. First, it should implement legislation designed to improve American free-market capitalism and strengthen the middle class. If not done soon, a political shift to the left is more likely later. And secondly, the administration must choose international engagement over isolation. Surprising to many, these decisions are connected.

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Localized Manufacturing: A Good Response To COVID-19 and Beyond
Manufacturing | Wednesday, December 23, 2020

Among the things learned during the COVID-19 pandemic is that our supply chains are on the verge of breaking. National borders that had receded into the background of a globalizing world have been thrust to the fore in the scramble to obtain life-saving Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) for those on the front lines of the battle against the virus. A means of shortening and strengthening those supply chains is critical — and available.

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President Biden Must Restore American Trade Leadership
Trade & Finance | Thursday, December 10, 2020

In January, President Joe Biden will inherit a trade policy that has left the U.S. role as a leader of the world trading system in grave doubt. After World War II, the United States helped construct a carefully balanced trading system with modest liberalization and a limited but important role for international agreements and institutions. But Trump and his trade team have undermined this system in the service of an ideology consisting of high tariffs, unilateralism, and hostility towards the rule of law.

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Biden’s Trade Policy Options Constrained by Domestic Politics and Geopolitics
World | Friday, November 20, 2020

President Trump’s trade policy has been defined by protectionism, cronyism, and mean‐spiritedness. President Biden’s will be more polite.On substance, geopolitics and domestic politics are sure to crowd out economic considerations in shaping U.S. trade policy. The best we can hope for is that Biden’s team will be resolute and more competent managing an increasingly adversarial relationship with China—a priority which will shape all major U.S. trade policy decisions for years to come.

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Do the 2020 Exit Polls Show that Hispanic Voters Dislike Immigration?
Labor | Tuesday, November 17, 2020

The presidential election polls were significantly off in 2020 with President Trump garnering many more votes than pollsters anticipated. Data analyst David Shor argued that the polls were wrong because Democratic voters became more politically engaged than Republicans during the lockdowns and answered more surveys. Rather than a shy Trump supporter phenomenon, there was a loquacious Biden supporter phenomenon. This created a pre‐election blue mirage whereby Democratic support appeared to be much greater than it really was.

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Mongolia Third Neighbor Trade Act a Win-Win
Trade & Finance | Thursday, September 24, 2020

The Mongolia Third Neighbor Trade Act (H.R. 2299/S. 1188), which would provide duty-free access to the U.S. market for products made in Mongolia using Mongolian cashmere, stands to be a win-win for the U.S. and Mongolia, a stalwart democratic American ally in Northern Asia. Passage of the legislation, currently languishing in Congress, would benefit both sides by facilitating increased trade.

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Additional Articles Author
Trump’s Trade Policy: New Deals or No Deals? Simon Lester
How to Realistically Solve the North Korea Crisis Doug Bandow
The Collapse of Venezuela and Its Impact on the Region Evan Ellis
Can U.S.-China Relations Survive President Donald Trump? Doug Bandow
Foxconn’s Savvy Investment: Hedging against an Emerging Trade War Daniel Ikenson
Illegal Immigrant Crime Wave? Evidence Is Hard to Find Alex Nowrasteh
The Real Reason North Korea May Start a War Doug Bandow
America Has Yet to Realize Its Potential Wealth Neal Asbury
One Belt, One Road: Why Trump Should Get behind China's Plan Doug Bandow
Advice for the President on NAFTA Renegotiation: Don’t Fix What Ain’t Broke Daniel Ikenson
President Trump and the Truth about Trade, Globalization and Automation John Manzella
Over the Edge and into the Abyss for US-China Trade Relations? Daniel Ikenson
A Realistic Trade Policy Is Missing from the Trump Agenda Neal Asbury
The World’s Most — and Least — Miserable in 2016 Steve H. Hanke
The False Promise of “Buy American” Daniel Ikenson
End To “Wet Feet, Dry Feet” Is Good for Communist Cuba, Bad for Freedom Alex Nowrasteh
Angela Merkel Won’t Be the Defender of Liberalism Doug Bandow
Was Trump’s Campaign Rhetoric on Trade for Real? Simon Lester
Scrapping TPP Harms US Economic Interests, Strengthens China’s Daniel Ikenson
Donald Trump Should Embrace the Economic Benefits of Peace Doug Bandow

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