Wealth & Poverty Review How the Changes in China Constitute a Strategic Threat to the U.S. and the World

Original Article

In part three of Scott Powell’s Discussion with China expert Bill Perry, Powell and Perry discuss how the ascendance of Xi Jinping, and his consolidation of power – becoming a communist dictator for life in 2018 — now constitute an unprecedented strategic threat to the U.S. and the World.

Scott S. Powell

Senior Fellow, Center on Wealth and Poverty
Scott Powell has enjoyed a career split between theory and practice with over 25 years of experience as an entrepreneur and rainmaker in several industries. He joins the Discovery Institute after having been a fellow at Stanford’s Hoover Institution for six years and serving as a managing partner at a consulting firm, RemingtonRand. His research and writing has resulted in over 250 published articles on economics, business and regulation. Scott Powell graduated from the University of Chicago with honors (B.A. and M.A.) and received his Ph.D. in political and economic theory from Boston University in 1987, writing his dissertation on the determinants of entrepreneurial activity and economic growth.