The COVID 19 pandemic and the ensuing mega-recession may shape political debates and choices for a long time.
From the pandemic, their hatred of the media and the environment, the parallels between the U.S. and Brazilian presidents are uncanny.
Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro isn’t the only powerful politician in Latin America who is challenging fate with his management style for the pandemic.
Dominic Cummings, die-hard Brexiteer and UK sovereignty fetishist, is now part of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s problems — and no longer a solution.
As long as the Wall Street triumphalists’ unreflected “why worry?” thinking remains the norm, the urgently needed pursuit of a U.S. economic reform agenda will go nowhere.
For the first time since Mao passed away in 1976, China does not expect tomorrow to be better than today.
In the twilight of her career, will the German chancellor manage to produce a grand European compromise between the Northern “frugals” and the Southerners?
The COVID 19 pandemic is highlighting U.S. shareholder capitalism’s gross inequities.
Are there any lessons to be learned from China 60 years ago for today’s world, which is facing the worst pandemic of the past 100 years?