Tag Archives: United States

GDP at 70: What’s Next?

The revolution of well-being and sustainability is under way.

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After Crimea: What Next, in Five Steps

Europe and the United States must look at the real challenges they face.

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Obama’s Whitewashed History

Putin is no saint, but he simply revived Russia’s own version of the U.S. Monroe Doctrine.

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Russia: Pushing Back at the United States

Looking at Russia’s recent actions in a historical context.

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Anatol Zukerman on the United States

Why “Responsible Art” is important: United States of America

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Geopolitics at a Beijing Teahouse

Different worldviews informed by different geographical points of reference.

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The Ukrainian Crisis: A Question of the World’s Future

What is the rational course to take? Should we continue to be driven by warmongers?

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United States: Not Exceptional, But One Nation Among Many

Americans’ attitudes about the U.S. role in the world have changed markedly.

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Why Crimea Is Not the Product of U.S. Weakness

Do Republicans really need a refresher course in big-power politics?

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The Case Against Dr. Vivek Murthy for Surgeon General

Why the NRA should continue to dictate the U.S.’s medical priorities.

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