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  • Backgrounder posted October 7, 2011 by Bryan Riley, Ambassador Terry Miller Global Trade Freedom Needs a Boost

    Abstract: The 2012 rankings of trade freedom around the world indicate that trade freedom in the world has remained constant or regressed slightly since 2011. The lack of improvement is regrettable because countries with the most trade freedom have the highest per capita gross domestic product, the lowest incidence of hunger, and the cleanest environments. The U.S. needs…

  • WebMemo posted October 7, 2010 by Helle C. Dale The White House Embraces Smart Power: Now What?

    “Smart power” is supposedly the Hegelian synthesis of soft and hard power instruments of foreign policy. In reality, though, it usually means downgrading hard power in favor of soft power, which is precisely what is happening in America today. Now, “smart power” has received its official stamp from the White House with the signing on September 22 by President Obama of a…

  • Backgrounder posted August 10, 2010 by Bryan Riley A Prescription for Export Growth—and Economic Recovery

    Abstract: President Obama has pledged to double U.S. exports over the next five years—an ambitious goal. But the President’s strategy of creating Export Promotion Cabinets and subsidizing loans is not the way to make that happen. The federal budget deficit—$1.4 trillion—is the largest obstacle to increasing exports, every year diverting hundreds of billions of dollars in…

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  • Backgrounder posted October 7, 2011 by Bryan Riley, Ambassador Terry Miller Global Trade Freedom Needs a Boost

    Abstract: The 2012 rankings of trade freedom around the world indicate that trade freedom in the world has remained constant or regressed slightly since 2011. The lack of improvement is regrettable because countries with the most trade freedom have the highest per capita gross domestic product, the lowest incidence of hunger, and the cleanest environments. The U.S. needs…

  • WebMemo posted October 7, 2010 by Helle C. Dale The White House Embraces Smart Power: Now What?

    “Smart power” is supposedly the Hegelian synthesis of soft and hard power instruments of foreign policy. In reality, though, it usually means downgrading hard power in favor of soft power, which is precisely what is happening in America today. Now, “smart power” has received its official stamp from the White House with the signing on September 22 by President Obama of a…

  • Backgrounder posted August 10, 2010 by Bryan Riley A Prescription for Export Growth—and Economic Recovery

    Abstract: President Obama has pledged to double U.S. exports over the next five years—an ambitious goal. But the President’s strategy of creating Export Promotion Cabinets and subsidizing loans is not the way to make that happen. The federal budget deficit—$1.4 trillion—is the largest obstacle to increasing exports, every year diverting hundreds of billions of dollars in…

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  • Backgrounder posted October 7, 2011 by Bryan Riley, Ambassador Terry Miller Global Trade Freedom Needs a Boost

    Abstract: The 2012 rankings of trade freedom around the world indicate that trade freedom in the world has remained constant or regressed slightly since 2011. The lack of improvement is regrettable because countries with the most trade freedom have the highest per capita gross domestic product, the lowest incidence of hunger, and the cleanest environments. The U.S. needs…

  • WebMemo posted October 7, 2010 by Helle C. Dale The White House Embraces Smart Power: Now What?

    “Smart power” is supposedly the Hegelian synthesis of soft and hard power instruments of foreign policy. In reality, though, it usually means downgrading hard power in favor of soft power, which is precisely what is happening in America today. Now, “smart power” has received its official stamp from the White House with the signing on September 22 by President Obama of a…

  • Backgrounder posted August 10, 2010 by Bryan Riley A Prescription for Export Growth—and Economic Recovery

    Abstract: President Obama has pledged to double U.S. exports over the next five years—an ambitious goal. But the President’s strategy of creating Export Promotion Cabinets and subsidizing loans is not the way to make that happen. The federal budget deficit—$1.4 trillion—is the largest obstacle to increasing exports, every year diverting hundreds of billions of dollars in…

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