Counting on India as a market saviour is a mistake.
If Prime Minister Modi is serious about reform, he needs to show that he trusts the invisible hand of the market more than the heavy hand of the bureaucracy.
With Tokyo taking a two-year seat on the U.N. Security Council this month, the time is ripe for a new trilateral initiative among the United States, the United Kingdom, and Japan.
North Korea’s totalitarian control system and power structure are the indispensable apparatus supporting the Kim regime’s threats to the world. Join AEI for the release of a new study detailing the inner workings of the DPRK state.
Washington needs to stop waiting and retake the initiative.
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This morning, ChemChina announced it would acquire Syngenta at a price tag of $43 billion, making it the largest foreign acquisition ever made by a Chinese company.
In 1967, presidential hopeful Richard Nixon argued that, sooner or later, the US would have to welcome China into the “family of nations.” A few short years later, he did so. Isn’t it time the US did the same with Taiwan?
Tsai’s election serves as a potent reminder that the ultimate solution to the cross-strait conundrum lays in China’s own political evolution. Absent the embrace of liberal democracy in China, peaceful unification is all but impossible.
Free-marketers are losing faith that Prime Minister Modi will launch India on a path of prosperity.