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Since January, France has been engulfed in mass strikes. President Emmanuel Macron controversially proposed to raise the retirement age from 62 to 64 and increase the minimum years of contributions for workers to receive a full pension from 42 to 43....

L’état, c’est Macron

Since January, France has been engulfed in mass strikes. President Emmanuel Macron controversially proposed to raise the retirement age from 62 to 64 and increase the minimum years of contributions for workers to receive a full pension from 42 to 43....

Chaos reigned in the streets of Paris in recent months, as protests grew against the pension reform being battled out in the French government. Hundreds of thousands of citizens joined in public demonstrations, over 10,000 pounds of trash piled up, a...

Vive La Révolution: France’s Ongoing Class Struggle

Chaos reigned in the streets of Paris in recent months, as protests grew against the pension reform being battled out in the French government. Hundreds of thousands of citizens joined in public demonstrations, over 10,000 pounds of trash piled up, a...

As cities worldwide emerge from the social and economic devastation wrought by the coronavirus pandemic, urban planners have discovered a newfound enthusiasm for localized and pedestrianized urban life. In recent months, however, the concept of the ...

The 15-Minute Conspiracy

As cities worldwide emerge from the social and economic devastation wrought by the coronavirus pandemic, urban planners have discovered a newfound enthusiasm for localized and pedestrianized urban life. In recent months, however, the concept of the ...

Ask any government statistician: The B-1 Bomber won us the Cold War. Not in the way you might think. No bomber ever dropped payloads over Russia, and the victory wasn’t overnight. But by its specific characteristics—anti-radar stealth, low-altitu...

Fighting With Numbers

Ask any government statistician: The B-1 Bomber won us the Cold War. Not in the way you might think. No bomber ever dropped payloads over Russia, and the victory wasn’t overnight. But by its specific characteristics—anti-radar stealth, low-altitu...

Germany’s doctrine of de-escalation and demilitarization had deep roots. Then, Russia invaded Ukraine. Speaking before the German Bundestag, Chancellor Olaf Scholz announced that Russia’s war in Ukraine placed Europe at a Zeitenwende—a turning ...

Tanks But No Tanks

Germany’s doctrine of de-escalation and demilitarization had deep roots. Then, Russia invaded Ukraine. Speaking before the German Bundestag, Chancellor Olaf Scholz announced that Russia’s war in Ukraine placed Europe at a Zeitenwende—a turning ...

It would take Russian forces 60 hours to reach all three Baltic capitals. In less than three days, NATO members Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia are cut off at Kaliningrad, strangled for resupply, and cannibalized. In this war game, the combined forces...

You Can’t Sit With Us

It would take Russian forces 60 hours to reach all three Baltic capitals. In less than three days, NATO members Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia are cut off at Kaliningrad, strangled for resupply, and cannibalized. In this war game, the combined forces...

Greece is undeniably beautiful: a Mediterranean haven that promises a rich, historic culture and a gorgeously blue sea. Or so argues the Greek summer advertisement released two years ago to promote Greek tourism after Covid-19 devastated the industry...

When Socrates Preached Racism

Greece is undeniably beautiful: a Mediterranean haven that promises a rich, historic culture and a gorgeously blue sea. Or so argues the Greek summer advertisement released two years ago to promote Greek tourism after Covid-19 devastated the industry...

In resource-rich countries, achieving substantive environmental reform can be incompatible with the potential profits of oil and natural gas corporations. This is especially true in Canada and Russia, two of the largest suppliers of oil and natural g...

The Chilling Future of Oil in the Arctic

In resource-rich countries, achieving substantive environmental reform can be incompatible with the potential profits of oil and natural gas corporations. This is especially true in Canada and Russia, two of the largest suppliers of oil and natural g...