Derek Scissors | National Review
Derek Scissors | AEIdeas
Increasing suspicion about China is causing many states to consider banning Chinese acquisition of US land. State governments can ban Chinese acquisition if they choose and it may prevent future problems, but it will do almost nothing to address our current economic vulnerability.
by Brad W. Setser
The Iraqi dinar has been depreciating against the dollar amid restrictions from the US Federal Reserve and other issues.
Allison Schrager, E21
The world is currently taking stock on the benefits of globalization, especially an overreliance on China which experienced spectacular growth in the last few decades. But China's economic future faces many challenges. Read more here....
If university administrators are unhappy, there’s the door.
By Javan David Frazier, Strategy Bridge: "The Gulf War, Tiananmen Square, the collapse of the Soviet Union and the end of communism in Europe, the Middle East peace process, and the ethnic fighting that erupted in Yugoslavia were just some of the challenges that Baker faced."