As the U.S. economy slows and the dollar loses value, Washington faces a tough choice: letting the market right itself or succumbing to the rising protectionist tide. Will policy makers act responsibly or try to score cheap political points?
While the goal of containing inflation is commendable, central banks’ inflation-targeting strategies can destabilize the economy.
The world may realize that the United States is a superpower and one of the only saviors of the nation-state. It is certainly more desirable compared to that which may emerge in its place.
As the nation-state’s power wanes, the power of non-state actors increases. The impact of this tranformation on global stability could potentially be very dangerous. Part 1 of a two-part series.
Disillusionment has motivated reporting “by the people, for the people.” But such empowerment comes at a price: a cacophony of views, facts, non-facts—blurring what is real and what is not.
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