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Understanding the USA

Stephen Roach is getting that 1970s feeling from the Federal Reserve's sanguine view of recent price data
26th May 21, 9:49am
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Stephen Roach is getting that 1970s feeling from the Federal Reserve's sanguine view of recent price data
Zhang Jun traces the Sino-American cold war to a technology-driven transformation of American media and politics
22nd May 21, 10:27am
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Zhang Jun traces the Sino-American cold war to a technology-driven transformation of American media and politics
Stephen Roach explains why he expected a double-dip US recession this year, and why that call now lies in tatters
25th Apr 21, 8:59am
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Stephen Roach explains why he expected a double-dip US recession this year, and why that call now lies in tatters
Stephen Roach hopes US President Joe Biden can muster the courage to renounce his predecessor's failed but popular approach to relations with China
24th Mar 21, 11:40am
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Stephen Roach hopes US President Joe Biden can muster the courage to renounce his predecessor's failed but popular approach to relations with China
Stephen Roach contrasts China's robust and self-sustaining economic recovery with America's continuing weakness
27th Oct 20, 9:33am
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Stephen Roach contrasts China's robust and self-sustaining economic recovery with America's continuing weakness
Henry Thomson explains that the American presidential election isn't about winning the popular vote, but controlling how the Electoral College 'votes' are assigned
19th Oct 20, 3:12pm
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Henry Thomson explains that the American presidential election isn't about winning the popular vote, but controlling how the Electoral College 'votes' are assigned
Henry Thomson says what we are witnessing in the United States today is a straining of the world’s longest-lived and most prosperous democracy towards its constitutional breaking point
21st Sep 20, 2:03pm
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Henry Thomson says what we are witnessing in the United States today is a straining of the world’s longest-lived and most prosperous democracy towards its constitutional breaking point
Henry Thomson is following two elections this year and is looking at how COVID politics play out in each of them. Voters have choices soon about who we want in charge making pandemic decisions
30th Aug 20, 6:02am
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Henry Thomson is following two elections this year and is looking at how COVID politics play out in each of them. Voters have choices soon about who we want in charge making pandemic decisions
Henry Thomson is tracking how Americans are reacting to New Zealand's return to lockdown. And he is watching with some anxiety as classes start to reopen in the US in an environment where social responsibility is low
16th Aug 20, 6:02am
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Henry Thomson is tracking how Americans are reacting to New Zealand's return to lockdown. And he is watching with some anxiety as classes start to reopen in the US in an environment where social responsibility is low
Henry Thomson tracks an inward turning America whose changing attitudes to global cooperation and multilateral trade agreements pose difficult issues for New Zealand and how we earn our way in the world
29th Jul 20, 11:54am
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Henry Thomson tracks an inward turning America whose changing attitudes to global cooperation and multilateral trade agreements pose difficult issues for New Zealand and how we earn our way in the world
Henry Thomson says it is clear that restrictions to US mobility point to how hard the economic impacts will be, and real time tracking signals where and when the impending pain will start. It will have global consequences
11th Jul 20, 9:31am
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Henry Thomson says it is clear that restrictions to US mobility point to how hard the economic impacts will be, and real time tracking signals where and when the impending pain will start. It will have global consequences
Henry Thomson reports on how Arizona tried to have both work and social interactions during its official pandemic response only to find the virus took advantage of them quickly. The State is now the "hardest-hit" in the world
27th Jun 20, 10:56am
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Henry Thomson reports on how Arizona tried to have both work and social interactions during its official pandemic response only to find the virus took advantage of them quickly. The State is now the "hardest-hit" in the world
Henry Thomson assesses the upheavals of the past two weeks from inside the United States, pointing out that sharply rising joblessness may be easing and may help quell some of the frustration. But COVID-19 isn't going away
13th Jun 20, 10:51am
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Henry Thomson assesses the upheavals of the past two weeks from inside the United States, pointing out that sharply rising joblessness may be easing and may help quell some of the frustration. But COVID-19 isn't going away
Fear of another real estate price crash and memories of the extreme hardship it caused in 2008 haunt housing markets in Arizona, writes Henry Thomson. In conjunction with the pandemic, it's a deep-seated fear
31st May 20, 6:02am
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Fear of another real estate price crash and memories of the extreme hardship it caused in 2008 haunt housing markets in Arizona, writes Henry Thomson. In conjunction with the pandemic, it's a deep-seated fear
In Henry Thomson's Arizona home town, the easing of lockdown rules causes a minor stir, but most people seem genuinely respectful of the continuing need to take the virus threat seriously
16th May 20, 9:55am
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In Henry Thomson's Arizona home town, the easing of lockdown rules causes a minor stir, but most people seem genuinely respectful of the continuing need to take the virus threat seriously
The lockdown breakers make the headlines, but how are the vast majority of Americans handling the pandemic's stresses? Henry Thomson brings a perspective through Kiwi eyes
2nd May 20, 9:33am
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The lockdown breakers make the headlines, but how are the vast majority of Americans handling the pandemic's stresses? Henry Thomson brings a perspective through Kiwi eyes
Yu-Ming Wang of Nikko Asset Management says the real trade war is for IP, innovation, and talent, and is being fought on the turf that is Asia’s burgeoning class of middle income consumers
7th Mar 17, 10:26am
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Yu-Ming Wang of Nikko Asset Management says the real trade war is for IP, innovation, and talent, and is being fought on the turf that is Asia’s burgeoning class of middle income consumers
After losing the popular vote, Trump starts in the hole as US voters disapprove of him, the Quinnipiac University national poll finds; Reagan, Obama are best Presidents in 70 years
29th Jan 17, 6:42am
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After losing the popular vote, Trump starts in the hole as US voters disapprove of him, the Quinnipiac University national poll finds; Reagan, Obama are best Presidents in 70 years