The China Nexus: Thirty Years in and around the Chinese Communist Party’s TyrannyNovember 17, 2022
The challenges facing US industrial dynamism extend are in part a product of the Chinese Communist Party’s market distortions: Rebuilding domestic industry will demand equal protection as well as promotion. This excerpt from Benedict Rogers’s The China Nexus details a new US resolve to protect.
A US Policy Roadmap for a Reshored RealityNovember 9, 2022
Reshoring, especially from China, is essential to American resilience. Here, Harry Moser proposes a framework and set of policy measures to level the industrial playing field. These could bring the total reshored US jobs to 5 million, a 40 percent increase in manufacturing, and full American resilience.
The Week That’s Done: October 2October 2, 2022
Poll results show that the US public backs revoking China’s PNTR status and markets should take heed. Plus: Nord Stream sabotage, the LME considers banning Russian metals, Chinese battery and EV firms are snapping up global lithium supply, and the US needs to step up gas production.
Hard Problems: The US Tech Sector Is Ignoring the China ThreatSeptember 16, 2022
It is time for the US tech sector to recognize the near and present national security threat China poses; to get on the right side of history. For the US to prevail against a centralized, Communist system, its tech sector will have to lead, proactively. Markets will reward this. The country needs it.
Grey Duck Outdoor: A Small Business Playbook for Domestic ProductionSeptember 5, 2022
As the owner of Grey Duck Outdoor, I am one year into trying on-shoring. I’m therefore one year into recognizing both how difficult this process can be, and how much potential it offers. And I’m evidence that it is possible to rethink supply chains – especially with the support of US equity holders and consumers.
The Lesson of Pelosi’s Taiwan Visit: Win The Production Battle, Win the WarAugust 23, 2022
Positioning for the industrial competition at hand will require the US national security community to recognize that today's geopolitical contest may not be fought with missiles. Except, that is, as it applies to where those missiles are made. This is a war to be won on the factory floor. And it started long before Pelosi’s Taiwan visit.
A Secure Industrial Strategy Starts at the UpstreamJuly 26, 2022
In everything from batteries to solar panels, the energy sources of tomorrow depend on inputs from China. The good news is that it it's not too late. The US, its allies, and its partners can still compete. But they will have to start with the upstream.