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Richard E. Caroll

I have two degrees, one in Economics and Liberal Arts. I am a retired economist from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and a retired soldier. My occupation was in administration and intelligence.

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The Retreat of the United States and the Prospect of War

  • How U.S. Sovereign Wealth Funds Benefits their Citizens and Help Alleviate Poverty

  • Why the U.S. is Losing the 5G War. How it Can Win this War.

  • The Big Bang Of 2004 Has Turned into Chaos and Dissension Within the European Union

  • Realpolitik, Reparations and the African American Community

  • The Case for a 32 Hour Work Week.

  • A Blueprint for a Sovereign Wealth Fund for the United States

  • The New American Century, Different from the Old American Century

  • The U.S. Has Embraced Modern Monetary Theory in Fact If Not in Name.

  • The Rise of Chinese Neo-Imperialism

  • Are India and China Drifting into War?

  • The West Needs to Seek an Accommodation with Russia

  • The Coming Manufacturing Giant: The United States of America

  • The United States of America and Asia

  • Russia and the West: How the West Won the Cold War but Lost the Peace

  • Lend-Lease and Chinese Containment

  • Philippines and America at a Crossroads

  • The Chinese Militarization of the South China Sea and the Shanghai Communique of 1972

  • The National Security Implications of SWFs