The future never resembles the past - as we well know. But, generally speaking, our imagination and our knowledge are too weak to tell U.S. what particular changes to expect. We do not know what the future holds. Nevertheless, as living and moving ... Seeking Alpha, 6 days ago
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The Chinese intrusion into Depsang Bulge in East Ladakh, approximately 19 km inside our perception of the Line of Actual Control (LAC) on April 15, has brought back Indian diplomatic and defence establishment's worst fears out in the open. The ...DNA India, 2 weeks ago
The following article was first printed in the March 2003 issue of The World & I, the magazine supplement of the Washington Times. We were told as children that World War II was a war fought against racism, against the idea that a whole class of ...Huffington Post, 1 month ago
At last night's plenary dinner at the Association of Private Enterprise Education (APEE) conference, William Easterly of New York University was awarded the association's highest honor, the Adam Smith Prize. In a powerful speech, Easterly juxtaposed ...Acton Commentary, 1 month ago
I teach a course titled The Methodist Church and Race at Candler School of Theology, as part of my responsibility as bishop in residence. The course not only examines the history of race in the church—from the beginnings of U.S. Methodism in the ...UM portal, 1 month ago
It is one of the touchiest, most inflammatory subjects I know, and if you get into it, you will be accused of McCarthyism, for sure. No problem. Im talking about American liberals and their relationship with the violent Left. The subject has come up ...National Review, 1 month ago
The stellar performers in development were indeed countries most initially challenged by dearth of resources, but whose people bore down to transform native adversities into opportunities. Such for example were Japan and South Korea bereft of ...Business World, 1 month ago
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