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Understanding the Emerging Era of International Competition: Theoretical and Historical Perspectives

Michael J. Mazarr et al. | Rand Corporation | 05/30/2018

KEY FINDINGS: ■ The emerging competition is not generalized but likely to be most intense between a handful of specific states. ■ The hinge point of the competition will be…

China Sets Its Sights on South America

Seth Cropsey | 04/09/2018

China’s 15th-century explorer, Admiral Zheng He, led seven voyages between 1403 and 1433, traveli...

What Is the U.S. Trade and Development Agency?

Daniel F. Runde, Romina Bandura and Brunilda Kosta | 01/30/2018

The U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) is a...

Free Trade or Women’s Rights?

Kate Lappin | 01/20/2018

After 30 years of neoliberal globalization, it has been increasingly acknowledged that austerity, pri...

Reassessing Africa’s Global Partnerships: Approaches for engaging the new world order

Wenjie Chen and Roger Nord | 01/11/2018

China and Africa: Crouching lion, ...

BRICS-Plus: Alternative Globalization in The Making?

 Yaroslav Lissovolik | 07/15/2017

  Against the backdrop of waning integration impulses in the develop...

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