Category Archives: Foreign Policy

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How a Currency Equalization Tax Will Put Real, Useful Pressure on the Chinese Economy

To grasp the extent of the cumulative imbalances on the Chinese’s subsidizing their export economy, here is a look at Foreign Exchange Reserves.    Foreign Exchange Reserves  are a “[t]otal of a country’s gold holdings and convertible foreign currencies held in its banks, plus special drawing rights (SDR) and exchange reserve balances with the International Monetary

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Trouble in Paradise-Fiji Needs an “Alliance of Democratic Nations” as a Counter Weight to the United Nations

Maybe some of you have been one of the 500,000 tourists who have visited Fiji, which is generally regarded as the ultimate paradise in the South Pacific.  But things are not looking so good if you are citizen of Fiji. The British granted Fiji independence in 1970.  Democratic rule was interrupted by two military coups