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The last of the red-hot trade agreements?
Washington Post

The last of the red-hot trade agreements?

In the Wall Street Journal, Bob Zoellick delineates the national security reasons to ratify the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). The TPP supplies the economic foundation for this new Asia-Pacific security network. In this region, economics, ... Washington Post, 2 months ago

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Don't weaken Obama's fuel economy standards

loading... Author: Varun Sivaram, Douglas Dillon Fellow July 22, 2016 Politico When the Obama administration released its ambitious fuel economy rules for new vehicles in 2012, the economic rationale behind the standards was obvious. The price ...
 Council On Foreign Relations3 days ago

Hillary: Ordinarily Awful or Uncommonly Awful?

Krista Kennell | Throughout her far too long public life, Hillary Clinton has demonstrated repeatedly how clueless and inept she is; her tenure as Secretary of State is riddled with examples from around the world. Libya, Syria ...
 Axis of Logic6 days ago

U-Michigan Solar Car Team Hopes to Achieve Sixth Consecutive Victory in American Solar Challenge

On a route through some of the nation's most wild and scenic places, the University of Michigan Solar Car Team hopes to bring back its sixth consecutive victory in the American Solar Challenge. The 8-day, 1,900-mile race starts July 30 at Cuyahoga ...
 AZoCleantech1 week ago

Time for a balanced debate on biofuels

Public policy should be based on verifiable facts, rational analysis and, where possible, on solid science, writes Dick Roche. Dick Roche is a former Irish minister for environment, and is currently an advisor to Hungary's Pannonia ethanol ...
 EurActiv.com1 week ago

Friends from high places: banks lure world leaders as advisers

It's good to have friends from high places, and banks are luring former world leaders and past central bank chiefs as advisers to give them an edge in a difficult landscape. Banks and investment firms have more than 30 advisers who in the past ...
 Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide1 week ago Former World Leaders and Central Bank Chiefs Are Flocking to Join Investment Banks  Fortune2 weeks ago UPDATE 1-Friends from high places: banks lure world leaders as advisers  Reuters UK2 weeks ago World Leaders and Central Bank Chiefs Are Flocking to Join Investment Banks  Fortune2 weeks ago

Philippines Welcomed By China After U.N. Arbitration Ruling On South China Sea Maritime Zones

The Philippines has been welcomed by China to resume bilateral talks in the wake of the ruling by the United Nations Permanent Court of Arbitration clarifying entitlements to the South China Sea maritime zones. China's Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu ...
 Inquisitr1 week ago
Alexanders Gas & Oil Connections

Academic Imperialism: US uses education to undermine China in Asia Jul 13, 2016

By The early 19th Century saw the development of an international competition between the British and Russian Empires over control and influence in Islamic Central Asia: Afghanistan, Persia, and the khanates south of Russia. This more than ...
 Alexanders Gas & Oil Connections2 weeks ago Strategy of subversion: U.S. is using universities as weapons to undermine Russia and China  Sott.net4 weeks ago
National Interest

The U.S.-China 'Thucydides Trap': A View from Beijing

It was the rise of Athens, and the fear that this inspired in Sparta, that made war inevitable. —Thucydides China's rising comes as the most pronounced but complicated feature of the twenty-first century. In the past few years, people over the ...
 National Interest2 weeks ago

The two Americas of Obama and Trump

President Obama gave a fantastic, stemwinder of a speech in Ottawa last week that kept Canada's House of Commons rising to its feet again and again for 54 minutes, shouting in chorus, "Four more years! Four more years!" And as USA Today reported, ...
 The Hill3 weeks ago
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