Economics and Globalization

Ukraine Quarterly Digest: April-June 2018

BY ANDRIAN PROKIP

Does the Indo-Pacific Matter for Washington?

There is an old saying in Washington: “show me your budget and I’ll show you your strategy.” It means that resources–not rhetoric–are the key determinant of a country’s national security strategy, especially when they don’t match up. I recently participated in a private discussion of American thought leaders about how the United States could strengthen its approach to the South China Sea–an area of tremendous geopolitical significance in the broader U.S. competition with China.

In Trade Trouble, China Sees North American Opportunity

This article originally appeared in The Wilson Quarterly.

Canada-Mexico Relations: A Lifeboat in Turbulent Trade Waters

Originally published in the 

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