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Does U.S. and EU Foreign Investment Need "Protection"?

No.But free-trade negotiators seem to think so. 

Too Big to Fail: A History

Big bailouts weren't unprecedented in 2008—but their numbers were.

China: Mao or Markets?

Reading the revival of leftist rhetoric in Beijing.


The Kremlin Begs To Differ

One doesn’t need to be a Russian domestic radical or a foreign Russophobe to see major flaws in the way Russia is ruled. The population, however, is satisfied with the status quo...for now.

Making Sense of Japan: A Reassessment of Revisionism

Japan provides the last remaining prop for the dollar’s role as the world’s currency, and with that role all of America’s superpower pretensions.

Russian Aid (II)

U.S. aid to Russia should promote U.S. foreign policy interests and help the Russians help themselves.

Books & Reviews

The Limits of U.S. Financial Warfare

The Treasury Department has run up an impressive list of tactical victories against rogue regimes, terrorists and criminals. But what is the strategy?

First Bank of the Living Dead

As the Great Recession gnaws at our very belief in the ability of capitalism to raise us to ever-escalating levels of wealth and prosperity, Keynes's no-longer-viable financial prescriptions are being resurrected.

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April 20, 2014