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(Editor’s note: The first article in this series discussed the astounding advances which China is making through the application of digital technology – already surpassing the West in certain areas. In this article, we will examine how China’s Party-state operating...read more
President Donald Trump created his own political and legal dilemma. The reports that former FBI Director James Comey wrote a memo about his February meeting with the president creates the real the possibility for obstruction of justice charges. Trump’s impulsive...read more
A CCR Research Study Introduction The following is the third and final part of a report on CCR’s research project into the “Virginia School” of political economy, and its role in China. Part I was published in our February issue; Part II, on the divergence and...read more
(Editor’s note: With this article, CCR is initiating a series on China’s digital revolution. The first article will report on the astounding advances which China is making through the application of digital technology – already surpassing the West in certain areas....read more
Economic and geopolitical factors The Trump Administration remains cautious toward the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). No policy decision has been made about U.S. participation, which American corporations encourage in order to pursue business opportunities with...read more
Originally published on ccradvisorygroup.com on Dec 15, 2016. The success or failure of China’s ambitious Belt and Road program for Eurasian integration and development may be determined along the Steppes of Central Asia. From the very outset of President Xi...read more
Originially published on Oct 26, 2016 on ccradvisorygroup.com. In September 2013, just six months after his election as President of China and ten months after his election as General Secretary of the Communist Party of China, Xi Jinping made a tour of Central Asia. ...read more
The proposal for the deconfliction zones, being discussed back and forth between the US and Russia, represent a combination of realistic needs and unrealistic expectations, particularly on the part of the US and Turkey. The US and Turkey, each for their own separate...read more
By Allan Stam Recent American elections, mirroring those in Europe, have heightened the appeal of and concerns about, populists. From the outsider campaign of former community organizer Barack Obama in 2008 to the Tea Party wave in 2010, to the rejection of the...read more
The Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) at The Hague international court legal decision caught the United States by surprise. The legal ruling’s scope and focus was not fully anticipated by the Obama Administration. In contrast, China’s reaction, especially Xi...read more
The bombings in Brussels on Tuesday, March 22nd could have an impact on the up and coming June referendum on Brexit. PTB’s assessment of the Brussels’ bombings is as such: If the Paris and Brussels terrorist incidents continue to escalate including potential bombings...read more
The global markets’ turmoil has increased market volatility and potentially causing an uncontrolled financial meltdown. However, at this point in the process, economists at the Federal Reserve Bank and private financial analysts do not foresee the financial contagion...read more
Published by the Council on Foreign Relations. By Walter Russell Mead, James Clarke Chace Professor of Foreign Affairs and Humanities at Bard College and a Distinguished Scholar at the Hudson Institute.
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By Joshua Mitchell. Published in Providence: A Journal of Christianity & American Foreign Policy. Read the article here.
Published by Bloomberg Markets. View the video and the read the article here.
Published in The Virginian Pilot on July 31, 2016
By Allan Stam and Gerald Warburg
Published by The FP Group
Article by Suzanne Nossel
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