Monthly Archives: December 2011

A Certain Uncertainty – From Seoul

      It was a slight distraction – around noon.  My panel on G20 global governance survivability had just ended.  The next panel on international monetary policy had begun, chaired by the President of KDI, Oh-Seok Hyun. Here we … Continue reading

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More ‘Bismarck’ and less ‘Kaiser Wilhelm’, Please

            [Ed. Note:  This is the third piece in a continuing effort to understand the US-China relationship and suggest means to avoid conflict in the power transition currently underway.  In each blog post I have … Continue reading

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