No China Bandwagon For Niall
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  • Only this time the collapse of the Chinese economy may not be ‘correctable’ by government intervention. And should the Chinese economy go flat, what then the outlook for the world economy?

    All the news I’ve been able to see about China’s problems lead me to say that a Chinese depression means uprising that bid certain to mean trouble for the Chinese government, and trouble to for China’s trading partners. I could be wrong, but I see wars and riots coming from this, and a change in how things are done around the world.

  • Charles R. Williams

    Since you mention it, the practice of using bizarre Celtic spellings for common names is a little pretentious.

    • Walter Russell Mead

      @ Charles R. Williams: It depends on how Celtic you are, I suppose. And Niall is from the UK where naming customs are different.

  • allangreen

    Oh, you are quite obsequious to Neil (how we spell “kneel” in America). May I remind you of his vehement pro-China panegyrics than his Munk debate?

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