Why we’re obsessed with China (2 of 2)

Sam continues his explanation of why China has been so crucial to world growth. (Sorry about the low talking: the day before I had given five hours of back-to-back media interviews to promote the Dutch edition of my book, and managed to lose my voice.)

Two decades of geopolitical analysis

Updated January 2019 I’ve been employed to analyze geopolitics and the world economy for about twenty years now, which means, alarmingly, I’ve got a track record. (Most of my publicly-available articles are now posted on this blog.) What did I get wrong, and what did...

Is China at risk of instability?

In a chapter contributed to my recent edited volume on country and political risk, Michel-Henry Bouchet of the Skema Business School makes the case for a new indicator of political risk: capital flight. He writes: “when attempting to understand the complexities of...