Tag Archives: infrastructure

Exxon’s Pegasus Oil Spill — and the Myth of U.S. “Energy Independence”

Why has the American media been nearly silent on a major oil spill in Arkansas?

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Reflections on Doing Business in India and China

How do the realities of doing business in India and China reflect on those countries’ abilities to cultivate talent and new technologies?

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The United States Vs. China: Investing in the Future Now

How do the Republican promoters of limited government get away with their myopia?

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Making Sustainability Pay

Is the global recession an opportunity for countries to start investing in a resource-efficient future?

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Obama’s Bullhorn Moment in New York

Will the United States finally launch a massive infrastructure renewal initiative?

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A Lament for San Francisco

How is an increasingly dilapidated San Francisco symbolic of the challenges facing the United States?

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U.S. Politics as “Societal Malware”

Can a poorly operating political system infest a country like a computer can fall prey to a virus?

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Obama and the Surprising Return of the Moderate Republican

Contrary to conventional wisdom, how has moderate Republicanism made a comeback in Washington?

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Yes, There Will Be a U.S. Infrastructure Bank

The only question is: Will it be a wholly owned subsidiary of the Chinese central bank?

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The U.S. Military and China as Environmental Soul Mates

Is an unlikely bond forming between the United States and China when it comes to the environment?

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