George Mason High School’s recent Chinese program underwent a milestone last week, as students hosted visitors from Nanning No. 3, Mason’s sister high school in Guangxi, China, from Jan. 11 – 20.
If you don’t understand what is going on with the price of gasoline and demand for the world’s oil supply, then join the club.
Visit to Taiwan Where will the new Google cell phone be made? In Taiwan, a small country with substantial technology expertise. It is a top-ten trading partner of the U.S. with semiconduictors and computer parts at the top of the list.
While waiting to see how much damage this week’s hurricane will do, it is a good time to review recent developments in the world’s petroleum and economic situations for their relevance to peak oil.
As late as a month ago, it felt like the spotlight would never shift. The focus of these Olympics, held in the city of Beijing, would forever focus on China’s socio-political problems.
As world oil production has never peaked before, there is no historical basis for making informed judgments as to what is going to happen.
The pain at the pump continues as gas prices spike to record highs, surpassing $4 a gallon in parts of the country and heading towards becoming the national average by the summer driving season.
Largely unnoticed in America are the increasingly frequent electricity shortages developing around the world.
A new financial player has emerged on the international finance scene. Known as Sovereign Wealth Funds (SWFs), these state-controlled investment vehicles, fueled largely by record oil profits, are having a big impact on the U.S. economy and beyond. To help our nation respond to these new actors in international finance, […]
Chinese New Year 2008 will be celebrated in a big way starting this weekend in Falls Church.