Chinese eyes, Five Eyes

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“Social credit” surveillance is not just China’s future. It could be ours.

By Gary Scarrabelotti

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Free market blues

Bluescope Steel mugged by Chinese reality

“If China can peg its currency to a declining US dollar, persisting in ideologically driven free-market purism is nothing but grand folly.”

By Gary Scarrabelotti*

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On the economy, be careful what you wish for

A fascinating account of the fragility of the US eonomy

A major shift in global economic power is approaching. Can the U.S. cope?

By Ian Bremer | Foreign Policy | July/August 2011

 

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Bob Katter – free trade (or protection) all round

“Bob Katter might not have a strong suite in rhetoric, but when it comes to foresight and a sense of Australia’s precariousness, he has gifts all too rarely found among his many critics.”

By Gary Scarrabelotti

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