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VWs in China and building relationships

Combining my interests in German cars, international relations, and general management, I recently read the book, 1000 Days in Shanghai, by Martin Posth.  The book is about Volkswagen’s initial journey to become the first international automobile manufacturing partner in China.  … Continue reading

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The never-ending battle between big and small science in astronomy

When you hear the thundering herd behind you, it’s time to move on to a new field. That’s advice I often heard from my graduate advisers. While you might call this a “small science” mindset, they went on to found … Continue reading

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The Role and Need for an International Observatory

One immediate natural outcome of the UK’s withdrawal from Gemini is that until/unless another partner is found, the existing partners will likely divide up the UK’s share and the USA, now a 50% partner in Gemini, will become a clear … Continue reading

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