Monthly Archives: May 2015

The Falklands Conflict: What China May Have Learned & How They Might Be Applying it in the South China Sea

It has been said that China’s policies are developed in terms of decades, which might be in contrast to other countries that seem to be fixated on issues relevant to the next election cycle.  The South China Sea policy may be … Continue reading

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Texas Manufacturing Outlook Survey hits 6 Year Low

The most recent results from the Dallas Fed’s Texas Manufacturing Outlook Survey ran across my Twitter feed and it got my attention.  The first thing I noticed was that their chart began around the middle of 2008. I always like … Continue reading

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