Tag Archives: United States

Hedge Funds as Bottom Fishers

How America’s rich ruthlessly exploit the dysfunctional U.S. political system.

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When U.S. Hedge Funds Abuse the Rule of Law

In the battle of New York vs. Argentina, hedge funds plead innocence, while gaming the system.

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Reining in Corporate Tax Evasion

A win-win for the U.S. economy.

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Of Textiles and Tariffs

Lower tariffs could make quite a difference for the high-end fashion industry and for brand-conscious fashionistas.

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U.S. Spying and Europe’s Disillusioned Pro-American Elites

Why are some of Europe’s pro-American elites now wondering whether they got it wrong?

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Countering the Voices of U.S. Economic Extremism

The economic extremism from the far right could have set the United States far off course.

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China as Netanyahu’s New Friend

China’s economic and strategic footprint in Israel is growing.

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Putin’s Failure as a Grand Strategist

Vladimir Putin’s obsession with power could cause Russia to slip down the dragon’s throat.

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China and America: We Are Not Enemies

The two countries will have to cooperate to keep a peaceful world together.

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The Global Trade Impasse: The Chinese Leadership Conundrum

China’s time to lead the WTO has come.

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