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Manchurian Paradox

The America-China symbiosis cannot be overstated. Beijing’s willingness to buy U.S. debt allowed us to live on credit, while our purchase of Chinese goods propelled their meteoric rise. But as the financial markets have soured, some in the United

Covering Your Assets

A second look at the threat of global financial annihilation.

Commentary

Is China Doomed?

It'll be very hard to rebalance the economy as the old paradigms fall apart.

Sudan Bids Farewell to the Greenback

Is Sudan’s decision to stop using the dollar yesterday proof of Flynt Leverett’s thesis?

The Financialization of Foreign Policy

The role of finance in international relations is growing. Washington should take note of this changing reality and more effectively integrate economics into its grand strategy.

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April 19, 2014