Trump’s Attacks on the 2020 Census Cost Six States with Large Minority Populations One Seat Each in Congress
As we will see, the largescale errors in the Census cost New York, Texas, Florida, Arizona, California, and New Jersey one seat each—and resulted in an extra representative for provided an extra representative for Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Oregon, Montana, Wisconsin, and Indiana.
The Risks of Chinese Engagement in the Americas
This short work gives particular attention the increasing PRC presence in the digital economy and its technologies, as well as providing recommendations for US policymakers.
Does A Weak Yen Really Help Japan?
Korea Grows Better Than Japan Without A Weak Currency Crutch
Conventional Wisdom is Wrong: Americans Are Better Off Even AFTER Inflation
The reason the conventional wisdom doesn’t seem right is because it’s wrong: The incomes of most Americans, adjusted for inflation, increased in 2021.
Russia’s Latest Return to Latin America
The indirect threat made by Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov as the crisis in the Ukraine escalated in January 2022, that Russia could not rule out deploying military forces to Venezuela and Cuba, highlighted the strategic risks posed by Russia’s position in the Western Hemisphere.
Preparing for Deterioration of the Latin America and Caribbean Strategic Environment
The article examines the historically unprecedented turn to the Left, and to authoritarian populist regimes, across in Latin America and the Caribbean.
EconVue Spotlight January 2022 - Skating, On Thin Ice
In just a few weeks, the Winter Olympics will be held in Beijing. Both Japan and China were unlucky in their timing; these Games without an audience must be bittersweet for participants as well. For me personally, they bring back memories.