Is the new US President really trying to resolve the competitiveness challenge by relying on outdated 1960s style, Brazilian economic concepts?
The domestic set-up in the US, with two dominant political parties, is not conducive to constructive engagement. It favors paralysis or overreach.
The “War On Terror” is entering its 16th year. But why does it have such a hold over Americans’ lives, culture and politics?
A reflection on the strategic consequences of accidental American political inversions.
How the Founding Fathers’ original intent regarding the Electoral College over time was turned on its very head.
Obama’s Syria policy failed because it did not anticipate provoking Iranian and Russian interventions.
As Americans must regain their respect for one another, how far should Democrats go to work with Republicans now?
As 2017 begins, a meditation on reining in vitriol and reviving Americans’ trust in one another.
To date, not a single top banker has been put on trial, let alone sent to prison, for the frauds perpetrated by the institutions they lead.
The reemergence of US’s erstwhile counterpart from the bipolar world order is an uncomfortable reminder that the presumed age of American hegemony is history.