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An Economy Doing Half Its Job

The Harvard Business School has just conducted its third alumni survey on U.S. competitiveness and finds “An Economy Doing Half Its Job.”  “Our report on the findings focuses on a troubling divergence in the American economy: large and midsize firms have rallied strongly from the Great Recession, and highly skilled individuals are prospering.  271 more words

Jack Heidel

Washington is Missing the Big Geopolitical Picture

There has been a deluge of bad news for U.S. foreign policy lately – from China’s provocations in Asia to the emergence of a jihadist caliphate in the Middle East and Russia’s predations against Ukraine.  217 more words

U.S. Strategic Future

Beware the Benchmarks to India

The country really isn’t a global competitor to the United States

The Competition that Really Matters, a new report jointly released by the Center for American Progress (a think tank with close ties to the Obama administration) and the Center for the Next Generation, contends that America’s competitive position is being eroded by the emergence of skilled labor forces in China and India.  1,759 more words

U.S. Strategic Future

Beware the Benchmarks to India

The country really isn’t a global competitor to the United States

The Competition that Really Matters, a new report jointly released by the Center for American Progress (a think tank with close ties to the Obama administration) and the Center for the Next Generation, contends that America’s competitive position is being eroded by the emergence of skilled labor forces in China and India.  1,760 more words

India

Extraterritorial U.S. Economic Regulation and Prosecution -- What's the Impact? -- Not Much?

What are the U.S. policy implications of extraterritorial application of U.S. economic legislation?
Many pieces of U.S. economic legislation apply to operations and transactions of U.S. 195 more words
Global Trade Relations