Deterrence: The Future of Arms and Energy

In February of 2022, Russia launched a military operation in Eastern Europe. The occurrence took many in the Western world by surprise. Many worldwide were not aware of the treaties being violated and the continued growth of NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) by Ukraine joining the Partnership for Peace in 1994. Then later the US…

Internal Strengthening Revisited: Economic Growth vs The Forever War

Economies worldwide are working to recover from the effects of Covid. Beyond removing barriers to individual freedoms many have seen the need to revitalize their flagging commercial trade. Even as schemes of finance and programs to create solid economic change are being formulated, it is aggravated by the continual capitulation of the Western world, through…

Resurrgence of the Global South: Resource Narratives & Parasite Nations

In June over 200 migrants, mostly from North Africa stormed the Italy/Morroco border. In an unusual and violent turn of events, border guards open fire on the group and killed over 20 souls. The truth is that for many developing countries, the real lost quest has been stability. Countless former colonies have sought to wrest…

For Whom the Bell Tolls: Inflation and Resistance in The Age of Change

It was an amazing scene, thousands had come out with lights held high with songs in support of the outgoing prime minister of Pakistan. A No-Confidence vote had forced the popular statesman and former cricket star out of office in April 2022. That nation has yet to see through even one administration to the end;…

Deterioration and Reorientation of Alliance in the Modern World

The greatest challenges in the coming weeks and years will be alliances of pertinent strength. It is perhaps the greatest underlying factor contributing to recent agitation. It was formerly believed by the framers of the old order that many developing economies would be forever developing and never able to penetrate the glass ceiling of national…

Staking A New Claim: World Institutions

As we explore the possible new systems and mechanisms available to advance the new world; it’s important to remember the world has ordered itself many times.  Often this ordering signals the changing of an old guard for a newer more efficient system. This change must occur as surely as any other and history teaches us…

Financing The Way Forward: Ideas Advancing the Future of Human Endeavor

For the second time the world is put on the brink of financial collapse due to the dealings of a few nations. It seems the same characters were involved once again in almost single-handely sinking the entire world economy through duplicitous banking sector practices; selling dubious financial instruments and bad debt as AAA+ rated financial…

The Covid-19 Debt Trap

In 2019 Covid was already on the move in China. People in other cities around the world however, were more focused on the unfolding US/China Trade War roiling major industries and markets. By this time, their was political showmanship internally in America, underscored by growing domestic divisions. But then came Covid-19: SARS-COV-2, a new coronavirus…

Dividing The Balkans: Saving the Union

While the world watches Western Europe fumbling a Covid-19 Vaccine rollout, few have been keeping tabs on the volatile Balkan region. The European Union, in an attempt to both save the EU and wrest popular power from the hands of an ever strengthening Russia has attempted to assimilate specific Balkan states. Most notably, it has…

While You Were Sleeping: Leveraging The Old Trade Order

The UK just signed a mega £1.2billion pound free-trade deal with Ghana. The resource-scarce nation has been signing a frenzy of trade deals post Brexit (The Britain’s exit from the EU). The deal will give Ghana instant tariff-free access, especially for the products it exports most. According to an official release from the UK Department…

Unraveling the Technology Divide

The tech sector in the United Kingdom is currently the fastest growing segment of its economy according to the UK based, DiversityInTech.co.uk. This means the UK is seeing its greatest gains in the area of technology development. Despite the fact that BAME (Black, Asian Minority Ethnic) make up only 15 percent of Britain’s tech sector,…