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New Zealand rally demands freedom for Julian Assange

Tom Peters, a leading member of the Socialist Equality Group (New Zealand), which is in solidarity with the International Committee of the Fourth International, addressed the Wellington event outside ... read more

Ten Years After the Crash, We Are Still Living in the World It Brutally Remade

You know, Tocqueville has this very famous argument in his book on the French Revolution ... (Oh, and it’s basically building all new infrastructure in Africa and South America, its Belt-and-Road init... read more

Economic inequality lies behind growing calls for secession in Nigeria

Will these agitations lead to an outright war in the scale of the 1960s civil ... The election of President Muhammadu Buhari in 2015, triggered new tensions. This is because he is considered a member ... read more

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Saudi-Japanese ties: Lessons from the East

Along with China, it engaged in a war with the West which was more progressive, better armed and was seeking to open new markets. China yielded and ... and despite that the number of those killed in r... read more


Silicon Valley Embraces Bitcoin While Central Banks Circle The Wagons

Germany has recognized BTC as a unit of account, while the European Union, Australia and New Zealand have issued warnings on the ... Center for Financial Privacy and Human Rights: I think the lesson f... read more

The Christian Response to Legal Marijuana

“It’s to lead.” Bravo. For Pastor Johnson ... And a large long-term study in New Zealand showed that people who began smoking marijuana heavily in their teens lost an average of 8 points in IQ between ... read more

Why Samoa will lose a day

Come with me now on a long journey to a far off island nation about halfway between Hawaii and New Zealand - Samoa ... In 2009, it switched from driving on the right side of the road, as we do, to the ... read more

The World Will Not Mourn the Decline of U.S. Hegemony

Last October, the leading neoconservative foreign policy intellectual and ... DoD Risk Assessment in a Post-Primary World,” the study warns that competing powers “seek a new distribution of power and ... read more

Intelligence is still heritable

Though these are difficult or impossible to predict from parent to offspring correlations they are not as simple as removing lead from the environment of ... this is the major lesson from Decode (whic... read more

Simon Jones: You have to be comfortable being uncomfortable

Hosking, Neylan win appeals for reconsideration of Worlds non-selection Hosking and Neylan named in Australian Worlds squad Simon Jones: 'There's definitely lessons ... with New Zealand in 2018/19 and ... read more

Is the time up for Iran’s forays in the Middle East?

The Riyadh Triple Summit helped to establish a new baseline in the region for unity against the ... to be a NATO-like organization based on organizational and tactical lessons learned from Operation I... read more

Physical education teachers are not smart

So there is a website out there, Educational Realist (via Steve Sailer), which made me aware of some statistics from ETS on the intellectual aptitudes of those who passed a teaching certification. Thi... read more



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