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Scrapping Nafta cannot help the losing side

It is true that trade policies have winners and losers, but their net impact is a win for the country.

Trade Tensions: What Trump Means for U.S.-China Relations

Aired on Bloomberg Daybreak

ICCF Chairman Tony Nash discusses the future of trade relations between the U.S. and China. He speaks with Bloomberg's Yvonne Man and Betty Liu on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."

Banks: Trump Russia memo as fake as play money you buy...

Airing on CNBC “Power Lunch”

“As a former CIA analyst, I can say with complete confidence … that those leaked memos are as fake as the play money you would buy at a toy store,” George David Banks said in an interview with “Power Lunch” on Wednesday.

America Needs a Dealmaker Like Tillerson in the State Department

Published in Morning Consult

Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson’s view of global politics has been shaped by running one of the world’s largest, most sophisticated companies. With operations on six continents, Tillerson has had to strike deals and manage complex relations with dozens of countries and a wide range of leaders, based on pragmatism and mutually beneficial economic agreements.

Post-Trump, markets will go back to fundamentals: Pro

Airing on CNBC - Markets will be paying attention to whether Donald Trump delivers on the fiscal spending promises he's made, says Tony Nash of Compete Intelligence and Chairman of International Council for Capital Formation.

Bloomberg on U.S. Election

Tony Nash, chief economist and managing partner at Complete Intelligence and Chairman of International Council for Capital Formation discusses the U.S. election and how...

USA Today Viewpoint: Trump’s Instincts on Russia Are Correct

Published in USA Today

As America allied with the Soviet Union to defeat Nazi Germany, Washington should seek similar cooperation with Moscow to defeat ISIL.

Trump’s Foreign Policy Will Be Proven Right

Published in Real Clear Politics

Many of Donald Trump’s comments on foreign relations have left experts and former policymakers scratching their heads, and, in some cases, hostile to his candidacy for president.

Trump’s instincts are correct on Russia

Published in Washington Examiner - Scary. Dangerous. Insane. Those are the words critics, including some key conservatives, use to describe Donald Trump’s informal courtship of Russian President Vladimir Putin. For the vast majority of America’s establishment, Trump’s remarks are simply unthinkable. But what if Trump is on the right track? What if the experts are missing what’s truly at stake for long-term U.S. national security?

Brexit is not that big of a deal: Economist

Tony Nash speaks to CNBC about the economic impact of Brexit.

Trump’s Asian foreign policy would benefit America

By Tony Nash and George David Banks As Donald Trump marches closer to winning the Republican nomination, many Asian governments have started sketching out plans...

Nash and Banks: Quality infrastructure requires sound planning

Published in Nikkei Asian Review

Infrastructure is the key to Asia’s future: energy systems to provide consistent, affordable power to factories, sprawling urban centers and flickering countryside villages; better schools to educate children and young adults; wider roads that lead commuters to shiny new office buildings; and better ports to move manufactured goods across borders.

Unleashing the Global Competitiveness of the U.S.

Published in Real Clear Policy

Following the World Economic Forum’s wrap up of its recent annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, U.S. policymakers should return with strategies for strengthening America’s economic growth and augmenting our global competitiveness