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Chokepoints, Overcoming, Winning and Losing in the New World beyond Covid

Monday, 27 April 2020 22:48 Written by
People should RE-INVENT THEMSELVES, INDIVIDUALLY and AS A NATION, NOW!Chokepoints, bottlenecks are costing us lives, unnecessary economic losses and future gains.The stress testing of systems is happening simultaneously today around the globe, and nations are being graded by their response…


Monday, 27 April 2020 22:40 Written by
Editorial Cartoon.

Like a thief in the night, China…

Friday, 24 April 2020 08:31 Written by
Almost every morning during these COVID-19 lockdown weeks, I have been posting on Facebook the front page of the digital version of the Inquirer.For the computer illiterate, the Inquirer digital version is exactly what the day’s newspaper looks like, and…


Friday, 24 April 2020 08:19 Written by
Editorial cartoon.

Shifting investment landscape

Monday, 20 April 2020 22:49 Written by
Something big is happening in the global supply chain, and if the Philippines plays its cards right, significant manufacturing investments may come its way in the wake of COVID-19.China has long been the world’s manufacturer, but the novel coronavirus pandemic…

COVID-19 and the limits of ‘expert knowledge’

Friday, 10 April 2020 11:53 Written by
Now more than ever before, we are told to “listen to the experts,” to defer to the science, and let evidence be our guide as we try to address and grapple with the pandemic.On one hand, listening to science is…

America’s Response to the Coronavirus Proves Federalism Isn’t Dead

Tuesday, 07 April 2020 08:51 Written by
Alexis de Tocqueville’s America was supposed to be long gone. Seeing political centralization as the great woe of the French state — which had been periodically wracked by violent instability since 1789, and would be again in 1848 — the…


Tuesday, 07 April 2020 07:59 Written by
Editorial Cartoon.
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