Heavy equipment is used to block oil in the ocean from an offshore rig from reaching the Talbert Marshlands, in Newport Beach, California in October. Photo: AFP
Heavy equipment is used to block oil in the ocean from an offshore rig from reaching the Talbert Marshlands, in Newport Beach, California in October. Photo: AFP
Winston Mok
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Winston Mok

From climate change to unemployment, blaming China won’t help the US solve its problems

  • The solution to growing inequality in rich countries is neither freer trade nor protectionism, but retraining workers and social redistribution
  • Globalisation’s social consequences can only be addressed by domestic policy initiatives

Heavy equipment is used to block oil in the ocean from an offshore rig from reaching the Talbert Marshlands, in Newport Beach, California in October. Photo: AFP
Heavy equipment is used to block oil in the ocean from an offshore rig from reaching the Talbert Marshlands, in Newport Beach, California in October. Photo: AFP
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