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July 2018

The Geopolitics of the United States, Part 1: The Inevitable Empire

Like nearly all of the peoples of North and South America, most Americans are not originally from the territory that […]

A Part-Time European Retirement in Historic Italy

By Gene McCall, International Living My wife, Jan, and I could be called experimental expats…an especially apt title for me, […]

China’s social credit system spreads to more daily transactions

Authors Jack Karsten Research Analyst – Center for Technology Innovation Darrell M. West Vice President and Director – Governance Studies Founding Director […]

The new tax law makes hiring your kid a better idea than ever

Put your children to work over summer vacation and save taxes Put the kid to work over summer vacation and […]

How a complete amateur became a poker champion in less than one year

One of the best stories in poker had a storybook ending … but it’s not over yet. New Yorker writer Maria […]

Porto, Portugal Offers Laidback Living and Beautiful Surroundings

By Kevin Casey, International Living, I’m lucky enough to live the life of a wandering writer. It means I can […]

Infographic: A World of Languages

Infographic: A World of Languages View the high resolution version of today’s graphic by clicking here. Languages provide a window into […]

Stocks That Will Win and Dominate the Sharing Economy

In the early 1990s, personal computers were just becoming ubiquitous at home and in the workplace, and the wide range […]

The race to build a quantum economy

Venture capitalists, corporations and the federal government are investing in quantum computers, a powerful new generation of machines that one […]

Russia’s Uneven Drive Toward Economic Self-Sufficiency

The Kremlin is trying to steer Russia’s economy toward a more self-sufficient model by decreasing the country’s reliance on imports […]

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