As the “Second Machine Age” looms and the blue social model slips into obsolescence around the world, Latin America is especially ill-prepared, because it never really adapted to the First Machine Age all that well.
Australia’s center-right parties got a much-needed boost with a recent electoral victory in the country’s most populous state. A lot now depends on how a plan to privatize power goes.
Even the President’s most reliable defenders are voicing serious concerns on Iran.
Is Narendra Modi an “Indian Erdogan”? How he handles religious tensions in his sprawling, multi-confessional democracy will go a long way to showing us how successful his term can be.
As changes to the federal insurance premiums go into effect on April 1, we get a glimpse into the kind of sensible reform that can appeal to greens and Tea Party activists alike.
State-owned CNOOC is calling it quits on a major shale project in eastern China. It’s blaming low oil prices, but those aren’t the only reason why shale is failing in China.