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“Tripping On Utopia”: A good book on mad scientists and their impact on culture
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“Tripping On Utopia”: A good book on mad scientists and their impact on culture
July 17, 2024

Hubris is an impressive poison, capable of making the government of the most powerful nation in the world hand over its resources to a bunch of drug addicts.

Timeline of diplomatic recognition of Palestine
July 16, 2024

In the wake of Israel’s brutal crackdown on Gaza, several countries – notably, some NATO/EU member states – decided to formally recognize the State of Palestine. Our infographic presents a timeline of this process, initiated in 1988.

Timeline of diplomatic recognition of Palestine
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Little Luxembourg’s lemmings lead NATO’s legions against Russia
World
Little Luxembourg’s lemmings lead NATO’s legions against Russia
July 16, 2024

Luxembourg’s historical relevance is that, because France, Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany have all fought over the centuries to control their tiny neighbour, Luxembourg has often bled profusely as a result.

Three possible fates for the U.S. in a multipolar world
July 16, 2024

Preserving hegemony is no longer a possibility for Washington, Lucas Leiroz writes.

Three possible fates for the U.S. in a multipolar world
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