In our last article in the Geopolitical World Cup series, we finished out the Group Stage and determined who would advance to the knockout rounds.Read More »
As you may know, the soccer (or perhaps more properly, futbol) World Cup is starting later this week in Russia and there have been tons of takes on which squad to root for given the absence of the United States from the competition. I figured I’d do something a little different to celebrate the World Cup, one of my favorite sporting events: run the whole event as if it were a geopolitical competition instead of a soccer one. Read More »
President Trump has taken the ‘prize’ for worst idea of the month, perhaps of the year thus far. And it’s a real doozy.
As those of you who have either read my posts before or know me personally may know, I’m not a big fan of the current American presidential administration. However, I’m someone who truly dislikes when people cannot seem to acknowledge when even those politicians they despise or disagree with consistently do something right. Today, and over the past week or so, the Trump administration has done something quite good, and has done it far better than the Obama administration had in a very similar situation. What, you may ask, has the Trump administration done so well?Read More »
If you are like me, and happened to be in another world this past weekend (in my case Disney World), you may be wondering: What the hell just happened in Saudi Arabia?