Monthly Archives: December 2018

When a Killer Climate Catastrophe Struck the World’s Oceans

The worst extinction in Earth’s history offers chilling predictions for the planet’s future—and for humanity’s efforts to keep climate doom at bay. Peter Brannen Dec 6, 2018 Atlantic Identifying a killer can be difficult when it seems like every murder … Continue reading

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Ted Malloch: Transatlantic Affairs in the Era of Trump

Following the election of President Trump, a worrying trend has manifested and increased among some of our European allies. Worries have been voiced over our commitment to the post-war international order, built by the United States after the capitulation of … Continue reading

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Understanding Sino-Russo-America Relations

2 December 2018, London Elevating Sino-Russo-American relations to the long-term view, over decades and not bowing to daily market gyrations that fill broker’s pockets, much of the evolution in these relations can be explained. Over the past century, communism failed … Continue reading

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