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America has a debt problem, but the problem is not the debt itself. It’s the debt ceiling. A breach of the US debt ceiling would herald chaos. It is the only obstacle that might prevent the US from paying its debt payments on time. On a technical l...

The Other Ceiling That Needs to Shatter

America has a debt problem, but the problem is not the debt itself. It’s the debt ceiling. A breach of the US debt ceiling would herald chaos. It is the only obstacle that might prevent the US from paying its debt payments on time. On a technical l...

On his first day in office, President Biden began the process of rejoining the Paris Agreement – a crucial initial step that signaled to the rest of the world the United State’s renewed commitment to combating climate change. However, the road to...

Reconciling US-China Climate Change Cooperation

On his first day in office, President Biden began the process of rejoining the Paris Agreement – a crucial initial step that signaled to the rest of the world the United State’s renewed commitment to combating climate change. However, the road to...

Wellywood, also known as Wellington, is the film hub and unsung hero of Aotearoa/New Zealand’s economic growth. The capital city has played a major role in developing Aotearoa’s identity as a tourism powerhouse and production paradise. Now, in th...

The Rise of Wellywood

Wellywood, also known as Wellington, is the film hub and unsung hero of Aotearoa/New Zealand’s economic growth. The capital city has played a major role in developing Aotearoa’s identity as a tourism powerhouse and production paradise. Now, in th...

If Thomas Edison resurrected tomorrow and decided to inspect the American power grid, he would find everything up to his standards. In the 21st century, that’s a problem. The power grid is a climate, economic, and security issue. That means it’s ...

Fix the American Grid

If Thomas Edison resurrected tomorrow and decided to inspect the American power grid, he would find everything up to his standards. In the 21st century, that’s a problem. The power grid is a climate, economic, and security issue. That means it’s ...