As Beijing’s moves to secure territory in Asia’s coastal waters get more frequent and more menacing, the coalition of countries bent on thwarting Chinese expansionism is solidifying.
Trying to use industrial-age corporatism to mold the next Google is doomed to failure.
The great hope of ACA supporters that regulators would deny premium hikes is looking shaky.
But the kind of reforms Ukraine needs firmly to place itself on a Westward trajectory still do not appear to be taking hold.
With a repayment deadline approaching in September, a rumored deal to write down Ukraine’s debt is boosting the country’s bond valuations. But even if the supposed deal is real, Ukraine is still in a bad way.
The data point to serious financial trouble on the horizon for non-elite colleges. This could be a good thing in the long term.