The United States and China are edging closer to finalizing a trade deal that should end the tariff penalties that are at the heart of a year-old trade war. It’s also hoped that the deal will include enforcement and penalties for China’s national security-related intellectual property (IP) theft and espionage, and provide structural changes that would end forced technology transfer and protect trade Read More ›
The U.S. has reached its lowest ranking ever in the Index of Economic Freedom, produced annually by the Heritage Foundation. The U.S. spent years in the top 10, but has been declining for years, and is now at number 17. Hong Kong maintains the top spot, although the city-state is officially part of the Peoples’ Republic of China. Other countries Read More ›
At National Review, Discovery Institute Senior Fellow Stephen Meyer looks at Brexit and the ensuing panic in the financial markets. His analysis: there is nothing to fear. Meyer writes: ”an increasingly democratic Britain acting once again in accord with its own national interests will likely result in more, not less, free trade and greater economic freedom — not only for Britain but also for its key trading partners, including the United States. Economic growth will be the inevitable result.” You can read Meyer’s article, Goodbye, EU-Imposed Regulation, at the National Review website.
This article, published by the Vancouver Sun, mentions Discovery Institute Fellow Bruce Agnew: Increasingly, the politicians of Cascadia are trying to cooperate, particularly on transportation and ecological issues and occasionally economic ones, says Bruce Agnew, policy director for Seattle’s influential Cascadia Center. The rest of the article can be found here.