To Build a Review of Dead Aid Dambisa Moyo confounded developmental economists and academia in 2009 with her pointed critique of the assistance regime surrounding development in sub-Saharan Africa when she published Dead Aid. Since that time, the ideas professed by Moyo have been considered rather profound yet divisive. Niall Ferguson sums up the initialContinue reading “To Build a Review of Dead Aid by Dambisa Moyo”
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International Political Harmony: A Chinese Creation
International Political Harmony: A Chinese Creation This essay attempts to argue that China’s international political economy (IPE) reflects a new understanding of international relations theory (IRT) that can be partly defined by Western ideologies but constitutes an independent approach. China’s approach to global trade in the 21st century does possess numerous threads of thinking thatContinue reading “International Political Harmony: A Chinese Creation”
Is China stealing American jobs? No, it’s not theft but those jobs are leaving.
An original answer based on my Quora.com response. Since the 1970’s, China, with the largest population worldwide, has been opening up its economy. Any industry it grows in is going to reverberate globally more so than other comparable nations because of the population alone. For example, look into the global scare that happened when textileContinue reading “Is China stealing American jobs? No, it’s not theft but those jobs are leaving.”