This Blog’s 10 Most Popular Articles

This is our monthly update of our list of 10 Most Popular Articles (in terms of viewer hits) as of Friday, October 10, 2008.  1. Shabana Azmi on “Indian Democracy is unfair to Muslims” – Our views and the Relevance to America – August 23, 2008 – www.cinemarasik.com/2008/08/19/shabana-azmi-on-indian-democracy-is-unfair-to-muslims–our-views-and-the-relevance-to-america.aspx 2. The Greatest Publishing Project of Recent Years – Conceived…

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Mo-Force is On Board the Deflation Wagon – Time for Mr. Bernanke to Cut Interest Rates

On August 2, 2008, we wrote an article titled “Jim Cramer on Ben Bernanke – Fair in August 2007 and Unfair in August 2008 – (http://www.cinemarasik.com/2008/08/01/jim-cramer-on-ben-bernanke—fair-in-august-2007-and-unfair-in-august-2008.aspx)In that article, we coined the term Mo-Force to describe the hordes of huge, momentum-driven, performance-oriented investors (Macro Hedge funds and Quant Funds) that have dominated global markets for the…

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India – A Strategic Security Partner to the USA in the Persian Gulf

Two weeks ago, we wrote an article about the emerging strategic partnership between the USA and India driven by mutually congruent interests.  This is what the Bush Administration set out to accomplish when it cane to power in 2000. (see our article on September 13 titled “President Bush and India – His Vision, His Accomplishments, His Legacy”…

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China & India – “Are we deceiving ourselves again?” – Forthcoming book by Arun Shourie

We began writing about the potential for conflict between China and India in June 2008. The trigger for us was  extraordinarily naive and frankly, ignorant, comments about China and India from the celebrated Jeffrey Sonnenfeld. We felt that the world, at least the investing world, was uneducated about the strategic and military competition between  China…

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Lessons from England’s Legacy – Differences Between Lincoln’s America, Nehru’s India and Mao-Zhou’s China

America, China and India, three enormous countries, were, at one time or other, controlled or dominated by England. Each of these three countries inherited a legacy from England and the lessons learned from that legacy have determined the fortunes of each country to this day. America inherited England’s strength, its iron determination and its deep…

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