Breaking Bad: Pushing Back Against A Punishing Austerity

In the past, southern European countries have been punished fiscally by northern European states to preserve the fragile ecosystem of the European Union. It has meant grueling austerity measures that tested populations across Europe. Today, as Covid-19 continues its destructive path, for the first time, Southern European nations may not be punished for the fiscal…

The Center Cannot Hold: Economic Aftermath

September 11, 2001. It is a day that no living American will ever forget. The crashes happened in a matter of minutes, but the reverberations from the fallout continues to this day. It was the first time it ever occurred to anyone that the United States could be toppled–that a nation of grandiose democratic ideals,…

COVID-19: Beyond Economics, Bio-Defense and Finance (Part II)

As COVID-19 continues its path throughout the world, it is clear that China has been the worst hit. According to a recent China Caixin report and various manufacturing indexes, mainland factory activity has hit a record low. Before COVID-19, China forged ahead united in the face of a vicious trade war, massive Hong Kong protests,…

Coronavirus, Costs & Chaos: Slouching Toward Bethlehem To Be Born

Among the many international issues facing the world, the Coronavirus has become a foremost cause. According to Johns Hopkins University, the first Coronavirus case emerged on December 1, 2019. The first case had no connection to the now infamous Wuhan, Hubei, China Fish Market.  Despite this, many early cases began to emanate from the Wuhan…