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If the escalating tensions between the United States and China aren't causing you concern yet, you've not been paying attention.
We have come to believe that war is inevitable, like death, taxes and the evening news. So here’s what’s on the other channel: Deadly conflict can be both prevented and resolved...
Today’s decision by China to formally charge our colleague Michael Kovrig is groundless, indefensible, and sadly unsurprising.
How climate change has fueled conflict between farmers and herders in Africa.
Who wants to be a billionaire? Not me. I'm lucky to be well off, and I believe in free enterprise. But I have come to the conclusion that capitalism has run amok.
As some of my readers might remember, there was a 1970’s TV show called The Walton’s.
Defensive, uncomfortable, agreeable (with conditions), but mostly supportive. That’s how I would describe the responses from my wealthy friends regarding an article I posted a few weeks ago.
Who wants to be a billionaire? I don’t. Now, had you asked me that question 20 years ago, I might have answered differently. A lot has changed in my life the past two decades. Likewise, a lot has changed in the world.
“Do you hear the people sing?
Singing a song of angry men?
It is the music of a people
Who will not be slaves again!”