In 2003 David Hale and I wrote an oft-cited article in Foreign Affairs, China Takes Off. Nearly two decades later, has China’s inevitable deceleration begun?
Economist Robert Shapiro shares his insights on economic policymaking and the future of the US economy, and the dark side of globalization
An essay on how 9/11 altered the trajectory of the US relationship with Latin America.
In the classic movie drama “Casablanca,” cynical restaurateur Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart) operates the rollicking Rick’s Café Américain in occupied French Morocco during the early years of World War II. France’s Vichy government controlled Morocco at that time and was collaborating with the Nazis in their quest to conquer North Africa.
This is my newest work on the Chinese rideshare company DiDi, and the broader risk of expanding Chinese eCommerce in Latin America.
My recently published article on the deteriorating security and economic situation in Mexico and the implied strategic challenges for the US and the region.