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Stephen Olson at Chinese Development Institute Conference

 

 Clyde Prestowitz giving presentation to CDI...

 

Steve Olson teaching trade negotiations at the Mekong Institute...

 

Stephen Olson to speak at upcoming workshop organized by the International Institute for Trade and Development on 

"Economics of GMS Agricultural trade in goods and services towards the world market"

Chiangmai, Thailand Sep 8-12.

(10/15/12) "Kernals of Truth" in China Bashing

US election: Kernels of truth in "China bashing"

Both candidates have had harsh words for China, and their tough talk carries huge risks. Benjamin Carlson globalpost October 12, 2012 HONG KONG ? As China has become a major theme in the electoral battle between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, so has ?China bashing.? In fact, just about anything either of them says about China now is bound to be construed in the media as ?bashing.? ?China-bashing in the campaign could backfire,? warn the editors of Bloomberg View. ?Romney and Obama try to compete in bashing China,? scolds the Christian Science Monitor. ?Bashing China has become a ritual in presidential campaigns,? laments the Kansas City Star. But is that fair? As Clyde Prestowitz of Foreign Policy argues in a recent column, ?It?s not ?China-bashing? if it?s true.? So in order to see whether there are valid points buried in all the rhetoric, GlobalPost has examined the main statements made by the candidates in hopes of distinguishing the legitimate criticisms of China ? if there are any ? from the plain old, red-meat, nationalist "bashing." Click here to read the entire article at the globalpost

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