Daily Archives: May 15, 2012

Mitt Romney has two options to consider if he were to face the same problems experienced by Barack Obama in advancing his agenda.  Continue reading »

Anyone who believes that US decline is inevitable ignores history. The US will almost certainly not face market pressure this year, or for several years to come. But there’s a catch: the very absence of market pressure makes it much harder for US policymakers to reach difficult compromises. This safe-haven curse imperils US efforts to foster robust economic growth and fiscal sustainability. Continue reading »