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The Price of Incompetence in Foreign Policy and Trade

Popular Economics Weekly The Trump administration’s foreign policy is becoming obvious after the Singapore Summit with North Korea—Make Russia, N Korea, China (and almost every other authoritarian government in the world) Great Again at the expense of America and its … Continue reading

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The Price of Incompetence

Popular Economics Weekly Graph: Tax Policy Center Bullying doesn’t win negotiations, or much else for that matter. Now we have President Trump’s on-again, off-again summit meeting with North Korea after attempting to bully the N. Koreans into giving up their … Continue reading

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