Moving America away from today’s incendiary disagreements over progressive versus conservative values remains a distant dream, despite ...
Much has been written about the reasons behind the Brexit vote, including the determination of forgotten, post-industrial regions to be heard, the ...
British Prime Minister Theresa May’s surprising, though not astonishing, announcement that she would ask Parliament for a general election on ...
Trump's speech to Congress was on first impression a welcome harbinger of a restrained and more presidential Trump. Unsurprisingly, the almost 90 ...
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair’s speech last week, in which he pronounced it his “mission” to persuade his fellow citizens ...
Big business might not have greased Trump up the pole of power, but it may help to keep him there
Looming over this year’s theme; ‘Responsive and Responsible Leadership’, was the impending inauguration of the 45th US president
Russia is not only manipulating western public opinion through ‘fake news’ but is successfully molding western mainstream media
Trump’s electoral hyperbole exceeded the mistruths of Britain’s EU referendum, though not the bitter taste on the palate of the Remain campaigners
Corporate greed will only ever be embraced by the corporate greedy which constitutes about one percent of the voting population
Trump has effectively weaponized disaffected voters by digging up the roots of the undervalued, white, Christian-right males
UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s aphorism “Brexit means Brexit” continues to baffle a country and a continent’s destiny
A paralysis of disbelief at America’s presidential predicament is keeping alternative summer reading at its most peripheral
The American dream is alive and well, though in need of updating with 21st-century software
The speed of change has opened up an unsustainably large gap between rich and poor and heightened areas of existing economic decline
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