From California Capitalism To Bidenomics

The Biden administration’s ambitious spending and investment programs are precisely what the US economy needs to thrive in the twenty-first century. Best of all, the economic strategy now being pursued at the national level has already proven highly successful in the country’s wealthiest, most dynamic state. Read Here | Project Syndicate

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Tamil Nadu Politics And Its Tryst With Filmdom

CALIFORNIA is familiar with the notion of the actor-turned-politician: think Arnold Schwarzenegger or Ronald Reagan. But even Hollywood’s home state would be a little embarrassed to turn the business of governing entirely over to resting luvvies. That, however, is what has happened in Tamil Nadu, a successful state in southern India with a population almost […]

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The New Asian Security Web

When President Obama met his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping in California last week, it is doubtful that either leader focused on the growing ties among countries like Singapore, India, South Korea and Vietnam. Perhaps they should have. Burgeoning security cooperation among such nations represents the untold story of a region on the move. Read Here – The […]

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China, United States Committed To A New Relationshsip

China and the United States will increase comprehensive exchanges, as the countries commit to building a new type of power relationship, the presidents of the world’s two largest economies said. After the first meeting of their two-day summit, President Xi Jinping and US counterpart, Barack Obama, stressed the importance of the countries’ ties in a globalized […]

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Obama Ought To Be Up For A Reality ‘Pivot’

The new Chinese President, Xi Jinping, and the US President, Barack Obama, are meeting for two days of talks at Sunnylands, a private estate near Los Angeles. It will be their first meeting since Xi assumed the presidency. The future fortunes of the world are bound up with the two countries finding a new kind […]

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What Does China Want From The Desert Summit?

For those Chinese paying attention to Xi Jinping’s four-country tour of the Americas this week, one question stands out: Why would their president want to spend two informal days, more or less one-on-one with U.S. President Barack Obama in the middle of the desert? This isn’t just a matter of protocol — though there are plenty of questions […]

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It’s Your Bacon On The Table, Mr President

There will be a lot more than the bacon on the table in California for Obama and Xi, both of whom face massive domestic challenges, when they meet and start a process to getting to know each other. Personal relationship between leaders is always helpful to diplomacy, and this will be a test for a […]

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Diplomacy under Xi and Li in Full Swing

Chinese President Xi Jinping will visit Trinidad and Tobago, Costa Rica and Mexico and hold a meeting with US President Barack Obama at Sunnylands, the Walter and Leonore Annenberg Estate in California. This will be a new important step in the full swing of Chinese diplomacy since the new leadership took office. Read Here – […]

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Xi Starts Americas Tour, To Meet Obama

Xi Jinping‘s just-started journey to the west hemisphere will be his first tour to Latin America as Chinese president. Meanwhile, his June 7-8 talks with his US counterpart Barack Obama at Sunnylands estate, California, will also be the first summit between the world’s two largest economies after both countries underwent leadership transition. Read Here – China Daily

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