Tag Archives: fascism

My Remarkable Month and a Half in China

Grass-roots interactions may not lay the groundwork for a viable relationship between the U.S. and China – but they can’t hurt.

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Donald Trump and How Fascism Takes Root

What a dead Swiss novelist teaches us about the everyday men and women who are the willing, but unwitting accomplices of Donald Trump.

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Holocaust Ignorance: Today’s Dangers

There must be a new urgency to ensuring that people everywhere understand the horrors of the past and the dangers of today’s authoritarian trends.

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Digital Fascism Rising?

Can we still stop a world of technological totalitarianism?

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Japan: Still Not Owning Up to Its Dark History

Prime Minister Abe’s fourth arrow should be a credible national apology.

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Japan and Weimar

How are Japanese nationalists trying to change the constitution "without anyone noticing"?

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The Geopolitical Consequences of a New Great Depression

What is at stake if the U.S. and global economies lapse into a sustained depression?

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Is High Noon Looming?

Are the protests spreading across the developed world just the tip of the iceberg?

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Bottling Up Mr. GINI — Or: Italy’s Wicked Statistician(s)

What does the “GINI” in the standard measurement for income inequality really stand for?

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