Joe Biden promises to make America imperial again, as if that isn’t what every president is elected to. The Daily Devil’s Dictionary explains.
Is our civilization putting its citizens on a track from which deviation will be impossible? Those who forecast the future tread a fine line between the serious analysis of trends and their own speculative opinion. David Samuels, the author of what Wired classifies as an opinion piece, provides an impressive range of facts to support his view of where the data-hoovering world in which we live may be leading us. The title of the article limpidly sums up his reading of the trends: “Is Big Tech Merging with Big Brother? Kinda Looks Like It.”
The “Varsity Blues” scandal uncovered by the US Department of Justice has shined harsh light on the entitlement and systemic racism that pervades the college admissions process.
History tells us that clarity exists in the will of those who want to go to war, but rarely in the facts cited as reasons for war. The Daily Devil’s Dictionary explains.
In Berlin, Barack Obama announces his foundation’s global mission to effectuate “amazing change” by avoiding asking for too much or, it seems, for anything at all. The Daily Devil’s Dictionary explains.
War-ravaged eastern Ukraine is facing an ecological disaster that could become a “second Chernobyl.”
Facebook’s idea of incentives sometimes goes beyond mere entrepreneurship. The Daily Devil’s Dictionary explains.
In this edition of the Interview, Fair Observer talks to Gilbert Achcar, professor of international relations at the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London.
Theresa May has tried one more time after trying again and again, and to her surprise, she has failed yet again.
With an election on the horizon, President Jokowi needs to justify his spending on Indonesia’s infrastructure.