Tag: china

The Power of Xi (Part 5)

The Power of Xi (Part 5)

From his sweeping anti-corruption to doubling down on interests in the South China Sea, Xi Jinping continues to tirelessly pursue his agenda.

Has China’s Changing Economy Affected Their Culture?

Has China’s Changing Economy Affected Their Culture?

China is changing; there is no doubt about it. You see it on Facebook, television, and hear it on the radio – we are all aware of this. An increasing number of millionaires, a growing middle class, and more skyscrapers than the United States. This […]

China’s Historical Government Part 3

China’s Historical Government Part 3

Last week, we discussed what the Chinese government has been doing to address catastrophic air pollution. Looking at the history of environmental policy, I mentioned that the Chinese government initially didn’t prioritize enforcement of environmental laws. Of course, this changed in the mid-2000s, and now […]

China Summit: An Avoidable Collision Course with Unavoidable Consequences

China Summit: An Avoidable Collision Course with Unavoidable Consequences

On April 6th, President Xi Jinping will have arrived in Florida for a two-day summit at President Trump’s Mar-a-lago resort —the importance of which cannot be understated. The first summit between a new US President and any world-leader is always important; however, in keeping with […]

Death by Breath (Part 2)

Death by Breath (Part 2)

Following up on last week’s article about air pollution in China, we look at what the Chinese are doing to combat their dire situation.

Should your Dollar Hit the Gym, or Keep Munching on Taco Bell?

Should your Dollar Hit the Gym, or Keep Munching on Taco Bell?

Why is the US dollar so strong, and is this a good thing?