And how to stop it “It is perfectly true, as the philosophers say, that life must be understood backwards. But they forget the other proposition: that it must be lived forwards.” This observation was in
This behavior is contributing to record income inequality in the country and starving the primary engine of U.S. economic growth — the vast American middle class — of purchasing power. (See charts below).
Open data and the quest for the perfect conflict prediction machine For students of international conflict, 2013 provided plenty to examine. There was civil war in Syria, ethnic violence in China, and
A disturbing thought experiment (with diagrams) by Cold War-era scientists This article, written by Martin Mann, originally appeared in the September 1962 issue of Popular Science magazine. "Man's Last
As more details come to light, the darker his deeds seem. Can we please stop already with the tributes to Henry Kissinger? As more and more material gets declassified, there are periodic exposures of uglier