Living under the modern conditions of “liquidity,” humans know that everything can happen—yet nothing can be done with confidence and certainty.
To rein in the present political “Age of Anger,” everyone must suspend the belief that their way of life is morally superior.
At the end of Trump’s first year in office, the U.S. faces graver challenges than in many generations.
Forget “fake news.” Here are some appetizing suggestions for what is really happening in the world.
Even if the SPD votes against joining a new “GroKo” government, the damage which prolonged political uncertainty in Berlin would inflict on Germany and Europe would be very limited.
If it comes to pass, Germany’s new “grand coalition” government’s EU-related plans represent progress for Macron’s calls to reform Europe.
Given its inherent sense of superiority, could China — once a global hegemon — be more peaceful than its Western (and especially U.S.) predecessors?
A big share of Iran’s economy is owned by the business wings of the armed forces.
Cuts and hikes in all the wrong places?