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How does U.S. government launch antitrust action against Big Tech?
By Miao Wang The U.S. government has significantly increased its antitrust crackdown on Internet companies since 2020. The Trump administration…Read More »
China’s push to innovation
By Arthur Guarino and Wenjing Wang China is making a rapid and aggressive metamorphosis into becoming a global leader in…Read More »
Is a May ’68 brewing in China?
The Chinese dominant system would use the invisible dictatorship of compulsive consumerism of material goods to annul the ideals of…Read More »
The Chinese yuan will never replace the US dollar as the world’s reserve currency
By Richard E. Caroll How the US Dollar Became the World’s Reserve Currency Since the Bretton Woods Conference in 1944,…Read More »
The economic implications of the invasion of Ukraine
Russia’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine will have more than geopolitical and military implications. There will be disruptions of financial and…Read More »
European security: Who can be trusted to protect Europe?
By Robert Moore The migrant crisis in the European Union, exasperated by deteriorating relations with Russia and Belarus, has once…Read More »
The labor market sees a huge shift to worker’s advantage
For what seemed like decades, employers had the upper hand in the labor market. There were numerous layoffs, the constant…Read More »
Why Biden’s Build Back Better plan is necessary
Democrats in Congress and President Biden are attempting to get into law a $2 trillion package that will cover a…Read More »
Evergrande’s danger to China
China’s economy needs to grow by leaps and bounds in order to feed its 1.4 billion people. This means having…Read More »
Examining Neo-Confucian and Neo-Liberal school of thought: A study of economic systems of the United States and China
By Abdul Wasay Ajmal The academic study of International Relations follows on a detailed analysis on the degree of implementation of…Read More »