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US Dollar – The Future of the US Dollar and a World in Debt (The Chicago Council on Global Affairs)

The Chicago Council on Global Affairs writes: With today’s global interconnectedness, geopolitical competition, unprecedented government spending, and money-printing to spur economic recovery, the US dollar is facing an uncertain future. Today’s reality calls back to a secret meeting at Camp David in 1971 when President Richard Nixon broke the link between the dollar and gold. This signaled the end of the Bretton Woods era of international economy and the beginning of American retrenchment in world affairs. Fifty-years later, former Undersecretary of Commerce Jeffrey Garten and New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman discuss the “Nixon Shock,” the impact it carries on today’s dollar, and the Biden administration’s future engagement with the world. 
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Jeffrey Garten, Thomas Friedman
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Analysis

China/Asia Pacific – Confronting China’s Rise to Regional Dominance (The Chicago Council on Global Affairs)

The Chicago Council on Global Affairs writes: A panel of experts from the United States, Japan, and South Korea discuss a coordinated trilateral response to China’s growing power in the Asia-Pacific region.

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USA/China – International Relations Scholars and the Public on US-China Policy (The Chicago Council on Global Affairs)

CRAIG KAFURA writes: The US-China relationship has taken a sharp turn towards confrontation in recent years, and President Biden’s administration has thus far continued many of his predecessor’s China policies. Part and parcel of the course correction and subsequent policy continuity: the widespread backlash the PRC has faced in numerous countries.

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