Giambattista Vico insisted history was cyclical, and lessons from recent European and American history appear to prove his point.
With Brexit dust settling, only one thing is absolutely clear: nothing is in fact settled.
Rightist movements are beginning to find a home on the center stage of global politics.
Seeing Chinese youth with Lamborghinis in Canada doesn't minimize a malaise seemingly without end.
The affluent West faces a lacerating confluence of immigration, terrorism, and economic stagnation.
Market turmoil reflects deeper problems than the debate over tumbling oil prices suggests.
Russia's increasing disenchantment with the West has roots that grew from the broken 1990s.
What Adam Smith once called the "animal spirits" of capitalism have sadly run amok.
Memories of long gone days traveling in tough Africa spill forward into an uncertain present.
Volkswagen's emissions scandal is sure to stick with the company for years to come.
Germany's softening on immigration suggests a better understanding of Europe's future needs.
Global warming scoffers are being faced with a growing (and alarming) plague of drought reality.