(Luciano Dondero, Italy, 07/29/15 9:57 am)
Anybody surfing the 'Net cannot but encounter statements to the effect that "my religion is better than yours," "my god is more powerful than yours," and so on ad infinitum.
(Eugenio Battaglia, Italy, 07/29/15 8:44 am)
The KTCC (Kurdistan Training Coordination Center), directed by an Italian officer, is presently training the Kurdish Peshmerga--Operation "Prima Parthica."
The Italians are training th
(Richard Hancock, USA, 07/28/15 11:51 pm)
The Wall Street Journal of July 27 has a review of the book, The End of Doom, by Ronald Bailey. The reviewer is Lord Lawson, who served as Britain's Secretary of State for E
(Timothy Brown, USA, 07/28/15 8:01 pm)
Having managed the Cuba embargo for a couple of years, my opinion of sanctions is that they're rather like self-abuse. (You're welcome to use a more colorful word.)
Even though they may
(Eugenio Battaglia, Italy, 07/28/15 11:29 am)
Nice analysis from José Ignacio Soler (28 July), but it is useless to discuss only Greece and Germany.
The EU is an absolutely wrong construction. Before creating such a construction, it
(José Ignacio Soler, Venezuela, 07/28/15 5:20 am)
I read with great interest the article sent by Henry Levin on 24 July, regarding Greece's widespread public anger and hostility towards Germany concerning the economic reforms and agreements.
(Timothy Brown, USA, 07/28/15 4:38 am)
Mr. Black (27 July) might consider fighting back against the overuse of buzzwords by playing a game the military call "Bullshit Bingo."
Create a bingo-style set of playing card made
(Sasha Pack, USA, 07/28/15 4:20 am)
In response to Randy Black's question (27 July), hegemony basically does mean "leadership and dominance." Not one or the other, but necessarily both. Domination, but with the complicity
(Francisco Ramirez, USA, 07/28/15 3:49 am)
Allow me to problematize Randy Black's insightful deconstruction of the discursive turn within the leisure of the theory class. As an unarmed prophet challenged by an armed one (with a concealed
(Henry Levin, USA, 07/27/15 10:11 pm)
This short piece argues that fighting corruption won't work. A close read shows that bureaucratic and legalistic and mechanical approaches to fighting corruption don't work. Hausmann assumes