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In 2019, the United States spent $3.8 trillion on health care, averaging $11,582 per person. This figure accounts for approximately 17 percent of gross domestic product spending in the US, a value which has grown from approximately 13 percent since 2...

The Price of Eating Right

In 2019, the United States spent $3.8 trillion on health care, averaging $11,582 per person. This figure accounts for approximately 17 percent of gross domestic product spending in the US, a value which has grown from approximately 13 percent since 2...

Solidarity has not been a feature of the European Union’ pandemic response package. That was supposed to change with the passage of the 2021-27 EU budget bill, which totaled 2.2 trillion US Dollars and included more than $900 billion for the bloc...

Europe’s Compromise with Authoritarianism

Solidarity has not been a feature of the European Union’ pandemic response package. That was supposed to change with the passage of the 2021-27 EU budget bill, which totaled 2.2 trillion US Dollars and included more than $900 billion for the bloc...

Gamestop is a dying brick and mortar video game retailer that hasn’t reported a profit since January 2020. Over the course of a week, its stock, once valued as low as $2.57 per share, rose to an all-time high of $500 on January 28. A group of inves...

The Robin Hoods of Reddit

Gamestop is a dying brick and mortar video game retailer that hasn’t reported a profit since January 2020. Over the course of a week, its stock, once valued as low as $2.57 per share, rose to an all-time high of $500 on January 28. A group of inves...

With the expected economic recovery following the pandemic, experts predict an equally rapid return of greenhouse gas emissions that have eased over the past year due to lockdown restrictions across the globe. President Joe Biden’s “Build Back Be...

Sustainability: a Market Trend, Not a Policy

With the expected economic recovery following the pandemic, experts predict an equally rapid return of greenhouse gas emissions that have eased over the past year due to lockdown restrictions across the globe. President Joe Biden’s “Build Back Be...

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...