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Debt Problems: The U.S. is not Greece
While the recent fiscal troubles in Greece have received much attention, the U.S. fiscal position is hardly comparable to that of Greece. However, the United States is experiencing, and will continue to experience, one of the fundamental economic costs of relatively large and persistent deficits.
John W. Diamond, George Zodrow July 23, 2015
Is Resource Nationalism Fading in Latin America? The Case of the Oil Industry
With the recent approval of Mexico's energy reform and the current enthusiasm of South American governments to attract foreign investment in oil, one might be tempted to conclude that the tide of resource nationalism is receding in the region. Nevertheless, the cycles of investment and expropriation that have characterized the oil sector in Latin America are unlikely to go away.
Francisco J. Monaldi September 3, 2014