Monthly Archives: March 2018

Of Reform and Revolution: The Case of John Maynard Keynes

To imagine the ideal society is easy, to bring it about is hard. That is as true as it is cruel, and it is a dilemma that revolutionaries have faced from time immemorial. One aspect of that dilemma is the … Continue reading

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Does the Prospect of a Kim-Trump Summit Mean We Should Duck and Cover?

Those who have read my analyses of North Korea have long known I have long argued that one of the goals of North Korea’s nuclear programme, seemingly paradoxically, is the improvement of relations with the United States. I am even … Continue reading

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Back to the Future, 1984: Putin’s Announcement of New Strategic Nuclear Weapons Gives Us The Future We Never Had.

“What’s he going to do, drop a nuclear reactor on London?” So thought Niels Bohr when Werner Heisenberg showed him a drawing of what appeared to be a nuclear reactor during a mysterious meeting of the pair in Copenhagen during … Continue reading

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