Tag Archives: China

GDP at 70: What’s Next?

The revolution of well-being and sustainability is under way.

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Will a Mouse Find Malaysia Airlines Flight 370?

The search for MH370 is proof that crowdsourcing will become a vital part of aid and rescue efforts in the future.

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Geopolitics at a Beijing Teahouse

Different worldviews informed by different geographical points of reference.

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Is China’s One-Party Rule Undemocratic?

Can one-party rule enable consensus, competence, the competition of ideas and a can-do spirit?

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Men in Arms, Globally

Assessing the size of militaries around the globe.

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Two Shepherds, Two Cultural Revolutions?

Comparing the agendas and performance of Pope Francis and China’s Xi Jinping.

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U.S. Energy “Security” — Beware False Comfort

Reliance on a phony form of “energy security” locks the U.S. into a world of diminishing returns.

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Shortsighted Russia, Patient China

Ten ways Putin’s Crimea intervention re-opens the door to territorial claims against Russia.

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Crimea: What Could Have Been

Vasily Aksenov’s 1979 utopian novel “The Island of Crimea” in today’s context

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Advantage China: Putin’s Dangerous Crimea Precedent

Putin’s intervention in Crimea re-opens the door to territorial China’s claims on Russia

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