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Friday, April 3, 2009

Suggest Topics

I'm running a poll at the right regarding the topics you'd like to see more of here at George Washington's Blog.

Please let me know which topics you would like to see more coverage of, and post your comments below.

Update: Here are the final poll results:

Which topics you would like to see more focus on at George Washington's Blog?


  1. Allot more on China, the moves against USD hegemony and unilateral currency settlements outside USD. Thanks.

  2. Regarding China. A new book was just recently published and Thom Hartmann reviewed it. I found the review and interview Thom did fascinating and scary. Here's a link to the review:

    I'm not sure where you can find the interview, but it seems like a good resource to have on China/US relations.

  3. I wish I could edit my previous comment and post active links. But here is the interview where Thom talks to author Eamonn Fingleton about his book "In the Jaws of the Dragon: Americas Fate in the Coming Era of Chinese Hegemony"

    Love this blog.

  4. I don't see China as the enemy. I did see some years ago that decisions Americans made would eventually lead to China kicking America's butt.

    My interest in more articles about China, the moves against USD hegemony and unilateral currency settlements outside USD is twofold. One, so that those who wish to throw off American exceptionalism can see whats coming and two, so that I can be better prepared.

    I'm a 16 year expat living in Asia. I get the Asian perspective. I need to know how the Americans are going to react.

  5. I think you're doing just fine. Peak oil would be interesting, if you have time or interest. Thanks for asking.


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