The CCP's Ultimate Dilemma

To most people, it appears that today’s de facto Sino-American Cold War has emerged suddenly and unexpectedly.  But...

published on: May 15, 2020

The Era of Deglobalization

From the end of the Cold War until at least 2015, globalization and its ideological counterpart, globalism, appeared...

published on: May 15, 2020

China Pays the Price for Its “Criminal...

China’s mismanagement of the COVID-19 outbreak appears responsible for hundreds of thousands of unnecessary deaths...

published on: Apr 15, 2020

The Sino-American Decoupling Process

Until the Trump Administration confronted China in 2017, multiple U.S. administrations had fundamentally misread the...

published on: Mar 15, 2020

Cutting China’s Financial Lifeline

published on: Dec 15, 2019

As in the 60s and 70s, the West has been financing the rise of its worst enemy.  What are the implications?  What needs to be done?  And what will...

Managing a Faltering China

published on: Nov 15, 2019

Conventional wisdom still believes that China is on its way to eclipsing the United States and becoming the dominant superpower of the 21st...

The New Reality of Sino-American Relations

published on: Sep 15, 2019

For the past 25 years, the United States has executed a strategy based on the idea that a combination of persistent engagement and prudent hedging...

China’s Narrow Path to 21st Century Dominance

published on: May 15, 2019

5G technology is just one of many battlefields on which the U.S. and China now struggle for supremacy.  In every area from defense to technology to...

China Faces Tough Choices

published on: Feb 15, 2019

China and the United States are locked in a struggle for control of the 21st century.  Trade is at the heart of this struggle, but the conflict goes...

Securing the Supply Chain of Strategic Minerals

published on: Dec 15, 2018

Recently, the U.S. Government classified 23 “mineral commodity groups” as critical based on the assessed likelihood of supply interruption and...

Out-Sourcing, In-Sourcing, and Globalization

published on: Dec 15, 2018

Politicians and managers often discuss outsourcing of American jobs by American firms, but seldom discuss the in-sourcing of jobs by foreign...

Eliminating the Tyranny of Eco-Imperialism

published on: Nov 15, 2018

Since at least the 90s, misguided ideology has kept nearly half of the world’s population unnecessarily trapped in poverty exacerbated by a lack of...

China in the Second American Century

published on: Sep 15, 2018

Until recently, the Chinese economic juggernaut seemed unstoppable. Once China joined the World Trade Organization in 2001, its GDP exploded....

The Tide of History Changes Everything

published on: Jul 15, 2018

The Cold War forces that defined the past 75 years have evaporated. A new era has dawned. What does this mean for the United States and its citizens?...

Big Brother is Alive and Well in China

published on: Jan 15, 2018

As growth has slowed, China has become obsessed with maintaining political and social stability.  For the first time in history, the technology...

A New Political Era Begins In China

published on: Nov 15, 2017

China has recently centralized power to an extent not seen since it joined the global economy.  What’s driving this centralization?  What is the...

Business in the New Era of Globalization

published on: Jul 30, 2017

As explained in previous issues, globalization is evolving to meet the needs of an ever-changing world.  What does this mean?  What are the...

China Seeks to Unleash Africa’s Potential

published on: Jun 24, 2017

Since the 1980s, Eastern Europe, Asia, and Latin America have rid- den the globalization tsunami to higher standards of living. China in particular...

China’s Day Never Came

published on: Apr 15, 2017

As India prepares to ride the next wave of industrialization and the United States prepares for a new round of techno-economic leadership, China...

The Declining Cost of Distance

published on: Mar 15, 2017

For centuries, the cost of distance has determined where businesses produce and sell, where employers locate jobs and where families choose to live,...

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