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Monthly Archives: July 2013
A solemn crowd gathers outside the Stock Exchange after the crash. 1929. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) America has become ruled by love of gain greater than a love of wisdom. Detroit’s failure teaches us a lesson about the love of … Continue reading
I have noticed that Twitter exchanges follow a predictable pattern. Person A posts something about X, Person B says what about X-Y or don’t you mean X is actually Y? Person A says No, it was X and Y is … Continue reading
The recent revelations about the NSA surveillance programme have cause concern and outrage by citizens and politicians across the world. What has been missing, though, is any extended discussion of why the government wants the surveillance and on what basis … Continue reading
I decided it was time to change the name of the blog. Although, I still believe the word statesmanship is under appreciated and should be used more to understand politics today, I accept that a lot of readers may assume … Continue reading
The news of the NSA surveillance programme has been met with strong criticism in Europe. The European governments have publicly expressed their concerns about the invasion of privacy and its effect on US-EU relations. The statements, though well meant, ring … Continue reading