Tag Archives: Richard Nixon

Watergate and Trump – Then and Now

Nixon resigned knowing that if he didn’t he would be impeached. It’s hard to imagine Trump ever resigning, no matter what the evidence.

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The War That Never Ended

The American Civil War – then and now: A reflection 50 years after Martin Luther King’s death.

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Ukraine’s China Option

Should Poroshenko visit Beijing, as Richard Nixon once did?

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Is China Playing With American Fire?

Could such sensitive issues as Muslim relations, maritime activities and international investments tip the United States and China into greater enmity?

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Where Would China Be Without Nixon?

What would today’s global economic landscape look like had Nixon not gone to China in 1973?

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Imagining a Post-Dollar World

Are the dollar’s days as the global reserve currency numbered?

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Default and the Sectarian Temptation: America’s Achilles’ Heel

How has sectarianism caused the United States to run suicidal risks — repeatedly and unnecessarily?

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From Mao to Now: A Reevaluation

How did Mao’s legacy pave the way for Chinese nationalism and globalization?

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Three Decades of Change in China

What must happen before the relationship between China and the West can go any further?

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Nixon, China, Clinton and NAFTA

What is NAFTA’s role in the new world economy?

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