Abraham Lowenthal

author, 'Global California'

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Professor of International Relations at USC and President Emeritus of the Pacific Council on International Policy; author of Global California: Rising to the Cosmopolitan Challenge

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California  is
a state that's the size of a nation — more diverse than almost any
place else, with the world's eighth largest economy and increasing
interdependence with other…

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