History has shown that the balance of world power shifts in cycles. In a time of growing geopolitical uncertainty, what can American hyperconsumption and Chinese reinvestment tell us about the limits of economic growth via consumption? Join Felix in this final instalment of his three-part series to explore what the rise of China tells us about world power.
Australia and the GFC were fated to never be together, but for more reasons than you might suspect. Kyneton Morris delivers a short analysis of the series of events and conditions that underpin Australia’s successful response to the GFC.
This article first appeared in Short Supply 2017 – check out the full magazine via the Short Supply tab at the top of this page!
The Trans-Pacific Partnership has been praised as a breakthrough in international free trade efforts. It has also been heavily criticised, seen as merely a smokescreen for increasing American influence in the Asia-Pacific region and the reach of its corporations. However, it is also a fascinating example of how political and economic rivalries can overlap.