Textiles are coming back to America. Contributor BRENDA WENSIL says Trump is wooing companies back with massive corporate tax breaks, and rescinding trade agreements that could impale U.S.-China Relations on pomp, aplomb, and profit.
In the wake of California’s Proposition 8, Contributor MICHELLE SHAIL encounters the ostensibly different outcasts and dissidents of suburbia only to discover the importance of a path to renewal for she and her children.
The best lens for clarifying the dynamics of the U.S-China relationship may be the Thucydides Trap. Contributor MICHELLE SHAIL examines the structural stress that occurs when a rising power threatens to displace a ruling nation.
Rarely in the modern political history has a figure polarised opinion and policy so much as Margaret Thatcher. Contributor MATTHEW FLACKS remembers the United Kingdom's Prime Minister and assess her legacy to Britain, the Commonwealth, and the world.
The Trump Administration may sue U.S. colleges and universities over affirmative action admissions policies that discriminate against white males. Contributor DAVE LANDY remembers the Golden Era of Men, and says the White House may be gunning to redeem the late great white male.