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Posted: 2019-06-24 13:00:50
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It’s impossible to know how long the U.S.-China trade war may drag on, but let’s assume that we could still be in its early days. And already, we can see patterns in the data that reveal why the U.S. strategy is a poor one. The U.S. has imposed 25% tariffs on $250 billion of products…        
Posted: 2019-06-24 13:00:15
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One of America’s greatest strengths is its ability to self-correct. Unlike China, with its one-party state and its censored media, the United States fosters a constant competition of ideas, which enables it to adjust course when it veers off track. And right now, the United States is off track in it...
Posted: 2019-06-22 10:00:05
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United States reveals details of Prosper Africa program On Wednesday, USAID Administrator Mark Green provided details on the government’s Prosper Africa program at the Corporate Council on Africa’s conference in Maputo, Mozambique. The program, announced back in December 2018 by National Security Ad...
Posted: 2019-06-21 19:54:22
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From a glance at news headlines, you’d think the U.S.-India relationship is in crisis. It isn’t—not yet anyway. But it could be. The partnership with India is one of the few U.S. relationships that has deepened notwithstanding transitions from the Bush to the Obama to the Trump administrations. But ...
Posted: 2019-06-21 16:43:57
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Proximity has always been an essential ingredient in building great places. From Jane Jacobs to Jan Gehl, urban theorists consistently argue that bringing people and opportunities closer together allows neighborhoods to flourish. New research from the Bass Center for Transformative Placemaking at Br...