With many of U.S. President Donald Trump’s appearances on the media dominated by the subject, those who have not encountered his frequent lambasting of the…
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236 years ago, Adam Smith wrote that agitation towards the trading of commodities resembled “popular terrors and suspicion of witchcraft”. Even though most people probably…View More Rising Commodity Prices: Whom to Blame?
Rumours are running rife around Europe that Silvio Berlusconi will be re-running for Presidente del Consiglio dei Ministri next year. The Telegraph reported as recently…View More Bunga Bunga Bounces Back?
Romney won the first debate. Rasmussen in their first poll since the first debate has the challenger up 49% to the President’s 47% (the irony…View More Who will be CEO Romney’s COO for Foreign Policy?
Breaking with his predecessor’s hyperactivity and inaugurating a ‘normal presidency’ was one of the central campaign pledges of French Socialist Presidential candidate Francois Hollande. And…View More A Tale of Two Presidents and Two Interventions
In the aftermath of the September protests at diplomatic missions across Northern Africa and the Middle East, it is not difficult to say that the…View More A Hard Stance on Soft Power: The Future of American Foreign Aid Initiatives
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The recent attacks on Western diplomatic posts in North Africa have seen a flurry of media coverage in the past few months. With the deaths…View More Mali: Al Qaeda’s New Stronghold
In Imperial China, whenever a new dynasty came to power, they always faced a challenge to their legitimacy. How could these usurpers justify the overthrow…View More The New Mandate of Heaven