MadBadDangerous (@madbaddangerous)

Melbourne, Australia

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@bryan_caplan @SincDavidson Gosh! I just gave them the money (more negotiable than psalms).

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It’s a terrible idea! WTO has detailed rules crafted by USA on theft of IP. CHN has a good record of abiding by WTO… https://t.co/0mD6LdxS4A

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Keynes (1926) on the self-socialization of large enterprises (“The End of Laissez-faireâpic.twitter.com/bpQFAnmuiXmuiX

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“No one who knows what history IS would do this… It’s the kind of idea a mental case might readily entertain.”:: https://t.co/V90yqcZBOD

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RT @snlester: From law prof Julia Qin: US-China Tariff War: A Lesson about WTO Law https://t.co/6C8QLo6o6u

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@inumanak Kissinger came v. close to a VNM peace treaty, rapprochement with CHN and stiffing the SOVs all at once.… https://t.co/y0eZkgCNkG

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RT @Lucian_Cernat: #tradeXpresso: what better place to discuss the future of @WTO architecture than at the beautiful #Mortlock library @Uni…

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RT @georgetoparis: Jin Canrong of RenminUniv: 1)Politburo rejected earlier trade deal bc the US wants monitor govt spending at county level…

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RT @CISOZ: Australia now hosts more international students than any other major country in the world. They make up 3.6% of Australia’s tota…

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“Imagine that 50 years after signing NAFTA, a small group of politicians and bureaucrats determined that along with… https://t.co/29wZJJUY3t

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In the 1930’s & ‘40s the AU Parliament was as hesitant about self-determination as the UK Parlt. today. Many of the… https://t.co/chio9iVoW1

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@scottlincicome Scott, your own article (cited by Neil Thomas) on PNTR and the “China Shock” is a great round up th… https://t.co/5eS0tbTEnn

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@D_Profundis More and more interesting. I know too little of Wellesleys other than the Duke (also a great fornicato… https://t.co/q4ygA9XYTW

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@D_Profundis @CoherentCrap He is (and always will be). One of those rare literary scholars who are both sympathetic… https://t.co/WLqmshiTJN

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@D_Profundis B. was certainly an intellectual snob (‘though kind to those with no pretensions). But jealous of some… https://t.co/sM6DR3YPv1

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@D_Profundis The art is long and life is… (alas). But there’s an instalment here::https://t.co/S4y1K7cBBx

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@SimonEvenett @BaldwinRE @D_A_Irwin @BobWolfeSPS Interesting perspective. Still, small rise in trade-shares is v si… https://t.co/rIZNsDWWad

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RT @snlester: Counterpoint: In the US, “there has been a continued search .. for a powerful rival with whom we can compete for superiority…

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@pseudoerasmus No credible argument? No trade regime is necessary or sufficient for econ openness or success. GATT/… https://t.co/BkHbAUtLVe

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Fascinating, great writing. Recommended. https://t.co/IB1AqYikf9

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“A Broader Compass”, the second part of my centennial history of the @iccwbo (1919-2019). Covers ICC’s role in 1945… https://t.co/1iXvBGahFi

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And [Juan] having learnt to swim in that sweet river,
Had often turn’d the art to some account:
A better swimmer yo… https://t.co/GJEBDlC74c

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The Morning (Evening) Star behind the crescent Moon… pic.twitter.com/eni6ru6CxC

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RT @joannachiu: My first column on China affairs for @TorontoStar: Swarms of excited shoppers shut down Costco’s opening day, US-China trad…

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