Emory International Law Review


Laurence Howard


Politicians often bellow about currency manipulation in an attempt to prove their toughness on foreign policy. All too often these politicians seem under- informed about the subject. In recent years, a substantial amount of political rhetoric in the United States has been aimed at addressing the "problem" of Chinese currency manipulation. Upon investigation, all of the proposed solutions prove inadequate, whether they call for greater cooperation with multi-national organizations, unilateral actions, or simple diplomacy.