economics

Why America’s Reliance on Supply Chains in China is so Problematic.

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Kevin Freeman and Frank Gaffney discuss the nature of China’s ongoing influence operations and why America’s reliance on supply chains in China is so problematic. Kevin also dissects the “thrift-savings plan.”

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China’s Cyber-Economic Warfare Threat Against the US. by Kevin Freeman (June 8, 2018)

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Kevin Freeman discusses China’s plan to de-dollarize the global economy and how China’s prioritizes the long-game of economic warfare.  

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Is President Trump starting a trade war? by Kevin Freeman (Mar. 12, 2018)

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Kevin Freeman discusses the recent impact of the announced trade tariffs on steel and aluminum and will it start a trade war. President Trump’s tariffs on steel and aluminum Chinese ‘retaliation’ to a ‘trade-war’ Risk of Beijing dumping U.S. debt

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China’s Unrestricted Warfare by Kevin Freeman (Mar 05, 2018)

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Kevin Freeman discusses the impact that China’s unrestricted warfare being waged against the United States. Import quotas on steel and aluminum Unrestricted warfare in the global marketplace The real threat from China (PART TWO): Economic warfare of hostile and friendly nations Defining the internet of things Implications of extreme tracking Why CFIUS must be reformed

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Largest U.S. Oil Refinery Purchased by Saudi Arabia and its impact on National Security – with Kevin Freeman (June 14, 2017)

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KEVIN FREEMAN, Host of “Economic War Room” on the Blaze TV, Senior Fellow at the Center for Security Policy: Quantum computing: how it works and the short-term capabilities Potential dangers of this new technology (PART TWO): Saudi Arabia’s manipulation of the oil and stock markets Goldman Sachs and their influence over Riyadh’s decisions (PART THREE): […]

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