Elia Suleiman’s “It Must Be Heaven” is a delightful and absurd journey through exile and loss.
[audio mp3="https://www.corbettreport.com/mp3/episode369-lq.mp3"][/audio]The globalists tell us that globalization is dead. But don't worry, there's a New World Order waiting in the wings to take its place. Confused? Don't be. Get the scoop on Globalization 2.0 and the New New (Polycentric) World Order on this week's edition of The Corbett Report podcast.
Globalization has created a true global middle class, brought millions out of poverty, reduced the price of goods, and created remarkable economic benefits. As an economic system, it has worked exactly as promised. On the other hand, globalism, as a political idea, has been a dismal failure.
By: Leonid V.
Whoever wins this ‘Game of Thrones,’ the people lose
The stories, players & structures of the world’s dominant dynasties Think of any period in human history when empires and imperialism were common features of society, whether from ancient Egypt, Rome, China, to the Ottomans and the rise of the European and Japanese empires. There is an institution that – with few exceptions – was prevalent across most imperial societies: the family dynasty.