A global economic and political chess game is on between the United States and China. There are many moves, defensive and offensive strategies, short- and long-term gains, but, unlike chess, mutual victory is possible. But only if the U.S. and China understand each piece, all the potential moves, what can be sacrificed, and what victory really looks like. But this does not appear to be happening. Instead of working for mutual benefit, regardless of fundamental cultural and political differences, we are now drawing bright lines demarking battle zones. The result will be economic and technical inefficiency and degradation in the quality of life, safety, and prosperity for everyone.
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- The U.S. China Chess Game
- Connecting the Dots
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- Stop Talking. Start Thinking.
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- The Limits of Artificial General Intelligence
- Does the Music Stop in China?
- Should America Replicate China’s Industrial Policy?
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- The Overvaluation Engine