Posts with Keyword “china”
31 Mar 2022 · In this podcast, I discuss the potent rapprochement between China and India. This is in the context of a. the central bank of a sovereign nation and major economic power was sanctioned and its assets seized, b. the US threat to sanction India.
13 Mar 2022 · Some influencer economist proposed that China print trillions of yuan and give this money to young couples to incentivize childbearing. The idea is ludicrous in (a) its method, money-printing, and (b) its goal, population growth in China.
13 Mar 2022 · China currently faces a set of unique economic challenges. In this podcast, I discuss three actions that China could take to achieve healthy, long-term economic growth.
13 Mar 2022 · In this podcast, I discuss why it is easy to stir up anti-China hate and provide some answers to what China could / should do to mitigate.
16 Feb 2022 · Most commentators on the Evergrande saga took the perspective of a speculator. However, there are more profound global economic and geopolitical considerations that they miss.
05 Dec 2021 · Today, freedom is under attack across the globe, which shows a mutual lack of self-confidence. Ultimately, however, freedom is what made America the superpower it is today, and winners of the next great geopolitical struggle will be those most free.
27 Oct 2021 · Lack of checks and balances in the Chinese system makes course correction more difficult, which led to today's housing bubble. Fortunately, China has an opportunity to deflate the bubble, but the rule of law must be implemented for long-term stability.
A Proactive International Policy that Emphasizes Strong Ties with the People of the World: What China Could Do to Avoid Reacting to US Provocations
12 Aug 2020 · China can protect itself by not reacting to US aggression, which is also how it can best avoid a new Cold War. Instead, a proactive international policy that...
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