Twenty years of military quagmire of the Middle East has contributed to the fraying of the U.S. economy even as China has rapidly become the new center of global capital accumulation.
More infectious strains of Trumpism are emerging for which we haven’t yet developed a vaccine.
Biden has promised an end to the endless wars. But such promises are not easy to keep.
Rural teacher Pedro Castillo’s victory in Peru could mean a new chapter for the country — if he can overcome a hostile press, business class, and Washington.
Seoul and Washington should be working together to bring China on board for the kind of economic transformation that the planet so desperately needs.
The new government — if it takes power at all — is united only around ousting Netanyahu. Here’s what that could mean.
China has territorial disputes with nearly all of its neighbors. It wants respect, not war.
With the Afghanistan War finally ending, we shouldn’t squander our “peace dividend” on costly weapons or military bloat.
If we extrapolate from the current trend lines, democracy will be gone in a couple decades, melted away like the polar ice. But although down, democracy is not out.
Even if governments agree to suspend patent protections for vaccines, corporations can fight back with expensive lawsuits.