Giorgia Meloni triumphs and Western media demonstrates its highly selective interest in history itself.
The proposed income-driven repayment program in the Biden Student Debt Relief Plan could make college free, or near free for a lot of people and many more of them could go to college.
The Sunni Arab world has trouble coming to terms with its past and imagining its future. It has been dominated by autocrats for the last 100 years. A new kind of pan-Arabism could be the next ideology that delivers freedom from autocracy to this region.
For decades royalists feared the end of the monarchy if the succession passed to Charles. The limited intelligence and lack of charisma of the new Elizabeth installed at Downing Street may bolster Charles III’s shaky quest for legitimacy.
Since coming to power after the coup against the Mursi government, General Al-Sisi has sought to re-establish the foreign policy lines drawn in pre-revolutionary Egypt.
Globalization has brought great benefits but also wrought much damage. So has technology. In particular, they have caused rising inequality that is fueling populism, which threatens free-market capitalism.
The US and the UK torpedoed peace negotiations between Russia and Ukraine in March. They have continued to adopt a hawkish policy against Russia but misgivings against the war are on the rise not only in Europe but also in the US. Negotiations are the only way forward.
Established firms enjoy the loyalty of older consumers, which enables them to charge higher prices and block new entrants, according to new research by Wharton’s Gideon Bornstein.