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Dan Steinbock
Dr. Steinbock is Guest Fellow of Shanghai Institutes for International Studies (SIIS). He also has affiliations with think-tanks focusing on the United States, Europe and India. For more see: http://www.differencegroup.net
January 16, 2018
What really happens in Iran?
Iran's recent volatility reflects US effort to undermine the nuclear accord as Iran is amid economic transition and increasingly looking toward the East.
January 9, 2018
The way to the new Cold War
Despite continued nuclear threats, all US postwar presidents have failed to reset relations with Russia. Why?
December 26, 2017
Chinese economy in 2018 and beyond
In the coming years, China shall aim at high-quality development, while seeking to forestall financial and international risks.
August 16, 2017
Trump administration's return to trade wars
As the White House is about to escalate trade frictions along with nuclear risks, global economic prospects could turn more clouded and markets more volatile.
August 10, 2017
Strange fall of the US dollar after initial euphoria
As the exuberant Trump White House has been mugged by realities, US dollar is plunging to record lows.
August 1, 2017
The myths and realities of Duterte’s infrastructure initiative
A huge upgrade of infrastructure is vital for the Philippines' economic future. That's why it is contested by entrenched interests, including foreign powers. This is the first in a series of occasional commentaries about the Philippines' transformation from an international viewpoint.
July 26, 2017
Trump's 'First America' trade frictions are about to begin
After the US-Sino Comprehensive Economic Dialogue, trade issues are alienating not only China and America’s NATO allies – but its NAFTA partners, Canada and Mexico.
July 19, 2017
US steel policy may trigger a global trade conflict
As the White House seeks to turn steel imports into a national security matter, the issue is alienating not only China but also the United States' NATO allies.
July 17, 2017
Why jobs growth no longer induces wage growth
As the Fed’s continued tightening tends to suppress growth in emerging economies, US labor market may not be as strong as recent reports suggest.
June 14, 2017
US-China trade amid America's new uncertainty
There is more continuity between Obama and Trump than the Democrats would like to acknowledge.
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