Category Archives: Trade

Navy Admiral Offers Perspective

DCFR had the honor to receive Navy Admiral Chris Sadler last week. To say that the security job performed by the U.S. Navy is wide ranging and far reaching is an understatement. Given that 70% of the globe is covered … Continue reading

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Connecting Emerging Market Entrepreneurs to the Global Economy

Last week, Technoserve CEO Bruce McNamer visited DCFR to speak about alleviating poverty through private business. In existence since 1968, Technoserve has a business model that connects local entrepreneurs in emerging and developing countries to the global economy. McNamer says, … Continue reading

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Parsing Global Demographic Trends

In a new brief, the issues which intersect demographic trends are highlighted — China’s aging, growth challenges, urbanization, security in Africa and more. Eminent demographer Jack Goldstone of George Mason University leaves few place on the globe untouched in a … Continue reading

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U.S. Route to Global Competitiveness Starts at Home

Last week, former chairman of the appellate body of the World Trade Organization Jim Bacchus spoke to DCFR. His presentation topic was about a competitive U.S. in a more competitive world. The discussion centered around the failure of U.S. politicians … Continue reading

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