Everybody knows that you can’t shut the economy down indefinitely, but nobody wants to risk a second wave of infections by moving too soon.
When you lock the people down (to save their lives), you inevitably close down a lot of the economy as well. And the lockdown will definitely have to last in most countries until May or June. U.S. President Donald Trump’s promise of a “beautiful ...
COVID-19 is not going to change the world forever, but it is going to change quite a few things, in some cases for a long time.
Shutting down nuclear power plants makes no sense if it means burning more coal.
The Chernobyl disaster played a big part in making the Soviet public ripe for regime change. Could the coronavirus have a similar effect in China?
Recep Tayip Erdogan used to be a fairly competent strategist, but he has been in power too long and he has lost the plot.
Hypersonic missiles are just another cog in the strategy of nuclear deterrence.
Is the growing disparity of wealth in practically every democratic country causing political fragmentization?
The identity of the attackers will remain up in the air until conclusive proof emerges.
Like U.S. President Donald Trump, Boris Johnson lacks a set of objectives that goes beyond merely winning and keeping power.