Daily Archives: February 18, 2018

Secular Stag Out of the Barn & How Trump and Obama Remain Parochial Presidencies

When Lawrence Summers went back to the old keynesian playbook to justify a faltering economy of ultra low interest rates, militant intervention and macro-prudential efforts, he found the canard of secular stagnation a useful term to explain how (why) the … Continue reading

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Hafiz Saeed, Pakistan’s Proxy & America’s Long Vision for SW Asia

Contemporary analysts don’t study military history, specifically civil military relations.  Its reserved for generals who attend secular universities or the uncommon scholar who insists on studying varying political regimes and their dependent relations with the United States.  When McMaster wrote … Continue reading

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