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On Climate Change, Economic Fundamentals Are Necessary But Not Sufficient
George Shultz, 100, gives 'young' Biden advice on climate change: carbon pricing
George Shultz’s brilliant career as a public servant, economist, Fortune 500 executive, dean of the University of Chicago’s business school and now Distinguished Fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University has helped shape the trajectory of America’s economic and foreign policy throughout the latter half of the 20th century.
China’s Relationship with Chile: The Struggle for the Future Regime of the Pacific
I am sharing with you my article on Chinese engagement with Chile, recently published by the e-journal "China Brief." The article, based on research and interactions during my November 2017 engagement in Santiago is also available at the website of the Jamestown Foundation.