Living a Sino-U.S. Conundrum

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As an American-Hongkonger lawyer-writer living in Hong Kong, China, who writes about the importance of a U.S.-China global partnership to lead the world away from Armageddon, these are indeed trying and troubling times. Stay in Hong Kong Kong with its new security law that is scaring the beejeezuz out of political writers, or head back […]

Sino-American War of Unintended Consequences

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Presidents Trump and Xi are facing political headwinds at home, both within their respective political parties — and domestic front with the public at large. To distract their political constituencies from their trade war, domestic economic recessions and unemployment brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic, they are  flexing their military muscles in the South China […]

America’s Human & Physical Infrastructure is Third World

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Watching California Governor Gavin Newsom, and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, take matters into their own State’s hands to tackle the Coronavirus pandemic — not wait for the gridlocked partisan federal government – White House, Congress, Bureaucratic Agencies or Supreme Court, is a refreshing reminder of the State Rights given US by the Founding Fathers in the […]