Vol. 29 Nbr. 3, June - June 2015
- Ugly China facts.
- Ugly European facts.
- To the editor.
- Ugly world facts.
- Is China's new AIIB a clever ploy?
- The enemy is us: the gravest threat to American global leadership is neither Russia nor China but continued interest group-driven Congressional abandonment of the kind of balanced strategy that won the Cold War.
- Does the industrialized world's economic and financial statecraft need to be reinvented? Nearly twenty international policy strategists offer their views.
- Back to the drawing board: in retrospect, implementing the G-20's IMF reform package would have been a mistake.
- The unthinkable as the new normal: the international economic organizations established after World War II have destroyed their credibility.
- Understanding economic statecraft: two new analytical studies offer important insights.
- The fed and its critics: both ends of the political spectrum take aim.
- The myth of currency manipulation: the Bergsten /Schumer/Portman theory is wrong.
- Clouded destiny: how Hong Kong is losing its edge.
- How Russia survived sanctions: and why parallel avenues for diplomatic engagement are vital.