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السبت, 09 آذار/مارس 2019 09:39

As the World Burns: Hurtling Towards an Unlivable Planet

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The media and political establishments are diddling while the planet burns. Are we really supposed to take their games seriously as humanity veers ever more dangerously off the environmental cliff? In 2008, James Hansen, then head of NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies, and seven other leading climate scientists reported that we would see “practically irreversible ice sheet and species loss” if the planet’s average temperature rose above 1°Celsius (C) thanks to carbon dioxide’s (CO2) presence in the atmosphere reaching 450 parts per million (ppm). CO2 was at 385 ppm when this report came out.  It was “already in the dangerous zone,” Hansen and…
الثلاثاء, 19 شباط/فبراير 2019 12:16

A Call to Moral Capitalism

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ast month, our president told 800,000 federal employees to make do without paychecks for 35 days. Full-time workers lined up at soup kitchens. Families frantically begged for loan deferments, credit extensions, and acts of mercy from their banks. Air-traffic controllers put in ten-hour shifts, then worked as Uber drivers to make ends meet. The contract workers who clean government offices, guard government doors, and serve government meals are still not guaranteed one cent of the pay they missed. The January shutdown bore all the ugly hallmarks of the Trump presidency, from overt racism to tone-deaf privilege. And—beneath it all—an administration…
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السبت, 28 تموز/يوليو 2018 15:35

Protectionism’s Appeal Endures, Despite Its Disastrous Effects

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The persuasive power of evidence is overrated. If you are not collateral damage in the escalating trade wars, the bulletins from the wars’ multiplying fronts are hilarious reading. You are collateral damage only if you are a manufacturer, farmer, or consumer, so relax and enjoy the following reports. Whirlpool, which makes washing machines and demands for government protection, wheedled Washington into imposing tariffs on, and quotas for, imported machines. Unfortunately for Whirlpool, American steel and aluminum makers horned in on the protectionist fun, getting tariffs — taxes paid by Americans — imposed on imports of those materials that, the Wall Street…
السبت, 14 نيسان/أبريل 2018 15:34

Why even a trade war won’t derail Made in China 2025

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DEsigned to calm down fears of an ominous US-China trade war, President Xi Jinping’s speech at the Boao Forum, crammed with Chinese metaphors, was the logical extension of his landmark address to Davos early last year – when he established China at the vanguard of globalization 2.0. At the Boao Forum, Xi stressed a “new phase of opening up” the Chinese economy; blasted a “cold war and zero-sum mentality”; and praised China’s long economic development march – from WTO membership to the foremost trade/connectivity 21st century Eurasia integration project, the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).  For the near future, the Chinese economy…
الجمعة, 09 آذار/مارس 2018 07:35

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السبت, 17 شباط/فبراير 2018 16:02

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