Trump sees China as a wealthy country with many poor people, while China sees itself as a poor country with wealthy people.
This summer will mark the centenary of the appearance of the first volume of Oswald Spengler’s influential The Decline of the West.
The world has recoiled from Trump’s unilateralism. But history tells us that good things can come from false starts.
A selection of the most interesting features by Jean-Pierre Lehmann.
The anthropological dimension of why we blame “globalization” for our own, very human lack of proper action and understanding.
Americans are systematically lulled into believing that inequality is an unalterable fact of life.
Is a world of approximately equal country incomes really possible to envisage any time soon?
Overcoming nationalistic barriers is more urgent than ever for pro-Western Asian countries.
With the decline of the middle classes, social classes are back on the global agenda. That is politically dangerous.
The neocon factor dramatically changes the interpretation of the Trump administration’s unilateralist international economic policy chatter.