Michael Hudson in a preface to the 2017 German edition of the 1972 classic Super-Imperialism. Hudson reflects on the will of the US to bend major institutions to its favor.
My personal favorite political-risk-analytics firm, Stratfor, does some great geopolitics analysis. Their intro-level article on Russia, which we might call "Russian Geopolitics 101", is actually publicly accessible:
How world events turned an obscure East Asian bacterium into a global killer.
Fomo is the world's first social proof marketing platform.
CILIP is in the middle of moving its membership and website platform so please bear with us.
The government is unveiling commemorative paving stones laid in the birth places of those members of the British Empire forces in World War I who received the Victoria Cross for their bravery. The government's
Thomas Piketty's Capital in the 21st Century is a bestselling economics tome whose combination of deep, careful presentation of centuries' worth of data, along with an equally careful analysis of where capitalism is headed has ignited a global conversation about inequality, tax, and policy. Cory Doctorow summarizes the conversation without making you read 696 pages
With the exquisite turn of phrase for which she was so highly regarded, Barbara Tuchman once likened the Austro-Hungarian declaration of war against Serbia of 28 July 1914 to an example of "the bellicose
Druid perspectives on nature, culture, and the future of industrial society
In August 2012, I was invited by the Sydney Festival to work with Wesley Enoch, Artistic Director of Queensland Theatre Company, to assist in developing Black Diggers, currently playing as part of the
La Grande guerra / quinta tappa - Una pagina scomoda: il fascismo la rimosse perché non si poteva dire che italiani "nemici" avessero sparato su altri italiani. Così per quei soldati non ci furono tombe, né lapidi e messe. Il reggimento di triestini (e istriani e