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International Standards Are For China, Too

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To Be a Global Player, Follow Global Rules

Since the 1970s, Western countries have beckoned China into the U.S.-led economic system -- and looked the other way when it bent the rules. Michael Schuman says the accommodationist approach has gone too far, undermining both China and the global economic order.  

China Sends Bubbles to North America

In other news, an influx of Chinese cash has buoyed housing prices in Canada. Noah Smith says the U.S. real-estate market could be next.

How Trump Gets Away With a Policy-Free Campaign

What's the nuclear triad? Who's in the Quds Force? Who cares? Presidential hopefuls of the past didn't have to master policy details, Paula Dwyer says, and Trump is just the latest in a long American tradition. 

Welcome to the NRA's Nightmare: Hawaii

Gun lobbyists fear a national firearms registry would the first step toward a totalitarian dystopia, but as Francis Wilkinson reports, mandatory registration has worked out pretty well for the Aloha State.

The Future of Crowd-Based Capitalism: A Q&A

In his new book "The Sharing Economy," NYU professor Arun Sundararajan says new technologies will transform the way we understand work. Justin Fox and Sundararajan discuss business-model innovation, worker exploitation, and why Uber has more in common with some 19th-century businesses than with Facebook.

Ritholtz's Reads

  • The proof that investors are their own worst enemy (Forbes)
  • A new front in trading floor surveillance (Financial News)
  • Americans give more than $1 billion to charity every day (Consumerist)

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