Category Archives: China-Africa

A CHRISTIAN VIEW OF GOVERNMENT

When I get a particularly thoughtful comment, even when I disagree, I make an effort to highlight it. Because I think discussion healthy, I do my best to encourage it. What follows is a comment with which I happen for … Continue reading

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WHAT KIND OF THREAT IS CHINA?

Two events conspired to draw my interest to this subject.  I saw this interesting post referenced on Instapundit.com.  This post considers the implications of China’s government owning portions of its “private” economy.  Imagine if the United States invested all the … Continue reading

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CHINA’S AFRICAN SAFARI

Recently I saw an article in the Washington Times that got me to thinking. During a weeklong visit with President Bush last month to five sub-Saharan African nations, Mr. Geldof pointed to the continent’s increasing stability but lamented the lack … Continue reading

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