Letter to Obama’s Successor: Governing An America That’s Number 2
The next president will likely preside over China becoming the world’s largest economy. Here’s what to do.
Japan Surprises with First-Quarter GDP
Abenomics provides consumption boost, although investment lags.
On the Rebound? America and Japan
With the world economy struggling, “Dr. Doom” predicts America and Japan maybe on the comeback trail.
China’s Total Goods Trade Surpassed U.S in 2012
While sounding impressive and another sign of China’s economic sway, the devil is in the details.
China and America's Economic Challenge
With a “fiscal cliff” in the U.S. and needed “rebalancing” in China, both have big economic decisions looming.
The Road to Decline: America's Self-Inflicted Wounds
America’s list of problems is long: debt, a decade of war, political gridlock and more. Where to start: bold leadership.
Tourism and Foreign Investment: Tackling the Easy Problems
Could a boost in tourism and investment from abroad help America’s economic recovery?
No, the US Isn’t Japan
Fears the US economy is becoming the new Japan are misplaced, argues James Pach. US policymakers have far more options at their disposal than their Japanese counterparts.
China and the US Downgrade
Dagong Global Credit Ratings Agency’s decision to downgrade US debt grabbed headlines. Why did it really do it?
China’s $2 Trillion Hole
The US debt negotiation ceilings are going to the wire. China, the biggest holder of Treasury debt, is watching on helplessly as it gets taken to the financial cleaners.