Surprisingly, coal may be the answer to the clean energy question.
Wind and Solar III: The Cost of Competition
In the last segment of a three-part series, the international reaction to wind and solar power is discussed.
Wind and Solar II: Becoming Efficiency Experts
Wind and solar power have been accused of inefficiency, but the technology is improving by leaps and bounds.
Wind and Solar I: The New Kids on the Block
Solar and wind power are on the rise as a response to the ill effects of climate change.
The New Age of Used Data
Amazon acquires a patent for the development of a secondary digital marketplace, the next step for media retailers.
State-Building II: Resources and Support
International operations often do not have long-term support of the citizenry of the intervening nations.
State-Building I: The Securitization of Humanitarianism
Do contemporary state-building practices avoid the charge of being neo-imperialism in disguise?
Counterinsurgency Part II: Rebranding the Intervention
Despite high hopes, COIN has not lived up to expectations in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Counterinsurgency Part I: Winning Hearts and Minds
Counterinsurgency strategy has been pivotal in American military culture since its development during the Vietnam War.
Hugo’s Loss: Venezuelan Protests and the Cult of Personality
Anti-government protests erupt in Venezuela as the international gaze is fixed on Ukraine.