By Sanjeev S. Ahluwalia
By The Globalist, November 18, 2017
From Dutch rule to one of the world’s major economies and populations.
A once-great empire is now a largely overlooked dictatorship.
How Thailand avoided European colonization.
By Sechaba Nkosi, November 16, 2017
Once upon a time, Zimbabwe was a country that all of us looked up to as how post-liberation Africa could look like.
By Martin Hutchinson, November 15, 2017
Will hollowed-out US “blue-chip” companies form the core of the next subprime crisis?
By Soner Cagaptay, November 14, 2017
As the primary source of tourists visiting Turkey shifts from Europe to the Middle East, a 150 year-long era comes to a close.
By Bill Humphrey, November 13, 2017
Stagnation and inequality could lead to a Second Progressive Era in the United States – or something far more dangerous instead.
By Frank Vogl, November 12, 2017
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is playing the corruption card to strengthen his control over the country.
By Michael J. Brenner, November 11, 2017
Americans are systematically lulled into believing that inequality is an unalterable fact of life.
By The Globalist, November 10, 2017
On balance, how many more people did Earth gain every minute of the past year?
How much did different world regions gain in population over the past year?
What share of the population of each world region is female?
By Alon Ben-Meir, November 9, 2017
Violations of the free press and of human rights demand that the West reevaluate its relationship with Turkey.
By Chas W. Freeman, November 7, 2017
How are Asian countries responding to the steady erosion of U.S. power in the region? And how is China playing its hand?
By Patrick Mendis, November 7, 2017
While the U.S. President grandstands, the Chinese leadership changes global power dynamics – by stealing a page from American history.
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