Ricardo Crespo | 10 May 2013 |
Were the theories of the 20th Century's most famous economist blemished by the fact that he was a homosexual? An expert on Keynes says No.
Nostalgia for NATO
George Friedman | 08 May 2013 |
tags: European identity, European Union, NATO
When the West had a common enemy in the Soviet Union, it was united. Now Europe is fragmenting once again into quarrelling rivals.
Malaysian election: keeping the status quo
Binoy Kampmark | 06 May 2013 |
A Malay-based party retains its stranglehold on the government of Malaysia, even though it lost many supporters.
Why is Europe committing demographic suicide?
Carolyn Moynihan | 11 April 2013 |
Frankly, not even the experts have the faintest idea.
The West’s two big mistakes in the Arab world
Jennifer S. Bryson | 08 April 2013 |
tags: Arab Spring, book reviews, Islam
By treating Islam as monolithic and insisting on secularisation Western powers miss opportunities to help democracy take root.
In a natural state
G. Tracy Mehan III | 03 April 2013 |
tags: conservation, ecology, environment
The notion that nature is unchanging and that man is a destroying intruder has captured the imagination of our contemporaries. But many ecologists now question it.
Beyond the post-Cold War world
George Friedman | 03 April 2013 |
While the US has made many mistakes, a fragmented Europe and a weaker China mean that the US will be more powerful -- since power is relative.
The empathy gap
John Tirman | 02 April 2013 |
tags: Afghanistan, drones, Iraq
Where is the sympathy for the civilian victims of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan?
2 doctors, 103 women, sterilisation quota achieved
Carolyn Moynihan | 27 March 2013 |
India's target-driven quotas for female sterilisation are producing horrific scenes, all with the aid of Western money.
The Cyprus bailout: a disturbing precedent
George Friedman | 27 March 2013 |
tags: Cyprus bailout, European Union, Germany
European policy makers have broken a barrier that has been in place since the 1930s.
A new reality in relations between US and Israel
George Friedman | 20 March 2013 |
tags: foreign policy, Israel, Stratfor, USA
It's like a marriage that continues out of habit but whose foundation has withered. Can Obama's visit repair it?
What to Expect When No One’s Expecting
Jennifer Roback Morse | 19 March 2013 |
tags: book reviews, demography
At last, a book on demography that talks about its relation to sexual culture.
What if North Korea really is crazy?
George Friedman | 13 March 2013 |
tags: North Korea, Stratfor
It's unlikely, but what could push North Korea over the brink?
Brain explosion: big neuroscience teams up with Obama
Denyse O'Leary | 08 March 2013 |
tags: economics, love, neuroscience
The US President is backing a brain activity map project that would cost billions and may be fatally flawed.
Europe, unemployment and instability
George Friedman | 07 March 2013 |
tags: Europe, financial crisis, Stratfor, unemployment
The European crisis is no longer finance but the devastating effects of unemployment.
Working abroad, supporting the family at home
Vincenzina Santoro | 22 February 2013 |
tags: migrant workers, Philippines, remittances
Emigrants’ remittances are at the core of poverty alleviation in many developing countries.
The myth of disappearing Lebanese Christians
Michael Cook | 20 February 2013 |
tags: demography, Lebanon
A bombshell report shows that Christians are making a demographic comeback in Lebanon because of tumbling Muslim birth rates.
Hellfire, morality and strategy
George Friedman | 20 February 2013 |
tags: drones, ethics of warfare, US
The use of drones may be legal under international war, but it is leading the US into unknown territory.
Bill Gates and his mixed up global health agenda
Carolyn Moynihan | 15 February 2013 |
Bill and Melinda Gates want to stop polio and also the growth of third world population. One of these campaigns could be undermining the other.
Let’s talk about just war
Nathaniel Peters | 08 February 2013 |
tags: book reviews, just war, US foreign policy
In a country where opinion oscillates between the extremes of realism and pacifism, learning the history of the just war tradition is important.
Mandate of the People
Tom Odhiambo | 01 February 2013 |
tags: book reviews, entrepreneurship, Kenya, politics, poverty
Politics can be dirty, but it will be cleaner if decent people get involved.
Ferocious, weak and crazy
George Friedman | 30 January 2013 |
tags: diplomacy, North Korea
If diplomacy is the art of winning without warring, North Korea is in a class of its own.
Page 1 of 1 :