Climate Change: A Contrarian View

We are inundated these days with ominous news on the extent and pace of climate change and the associated predictions of the looming catastrophe it carries with it — the ubiquitous planetary cry of the next generation who will soon inherit the Earth. A rallying cry seemingly to “save human civilization.” But why? What are the redeeming qualities of human civilization that deserve “saving”? Why...

Morocco Is Not the Next Algeria or Sudan

In an article published last month with the title, “Could Morocco see the next uprising, after Sudan and Algeria?” the BBC demonstrated a misunderstanding of Moroccan society by conflating civil unrest and public dissatisfaction over the kingdom’s leadership with the overall stability of the country. Despite their behavior as autocrats, the former leaders of Sudan and Algeria are hardly the equivalent of Moroccan King Mohammed...


Who Can Beat Trump in 2020?

Who Can Beat Trump in 2020?

For Democrats, the issue of paramount importance is identifying the person best suited to defeating Trump in November 2020. The United States of America is facing a constitutional crisis of an unparalleled magnitude. The Founding Fathers of the nation wisely created the executive, judicial and legislative branches of government to...


Let’s Meet the Real Boris Johnson

Haftar’s Loss of Gharyan in Libya

The Choice Between Medical Care or Deportation

How the Selfie Became an Obsession

Women in America Are Still Fighting for Equal Pay

The Anti-Immigration Government in Hungary

Locking Up America in the War on Addiction

The Last of the Summer Wine

Why Venture Capital Likes Modular Farming

How Digital Technology Is Transforming Cost Management

The Interview

The African continent is home to 54 countries, more than 1.2 billion people and around 2,000 languages. Its challenges and success stories are as diverse as the breadth of its landmass. In terms of GDP growth, Africa is the world’s second fastest-developing region. A 2018 report by the Overseas Development Institute projected the continent’s real GDP growth at 3.9% annually until 2022. In 2010, Rwanda...