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First of all, thanks for everyone who hung in with RealityChek this past week while I was away. And to any newcomers. I’ll be back with a new substantive post tomorrow, but I wanted to take the opportunity to draw three recent developments to your attention.

Item one – on March 27, The National Interest published on its website this piece of mine on the likely winner of a US-China trade war.

Item two – on March 26, Gordon G. Chang quoted my views on this subject in a post on TheDailyBeast.com, Here’s the link.

And last but not least – on March 23, I was privileged to serve as the moderator of a fascinating seminar given at the Henry George School in New York City on a subject of major concern to everyone who works for a living – or knows someone who does:  Will this current wave of automation be the first to be a net job-killer? The speaker, Washington, DC-based technology and economic consultant Robin Gaster offers genuinely profound insights you won’t want to miss, and you can watch at this link.

And as always, keep checking in with RealityChek for news of upcoming media appearances and other developments.