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Latest Blog Posts for When Giants Fall

  • For Those Who Are Interested...
    on Nov 18, 2012 in General
    Today's Panzner Insights podcast, "An Increasingly Unstable World" is accessible to non-subscribers. Feel free to check it out. Otherwise, here is a sample of other unique content published this past week that is only available to subscribe...
  • A Growing Relationship
    on Apr 22, 2011 in Resource Constraints
    A recent Economist daily chart, "The Chinese Are Africa," highlights the Asian power's growing relationship with the world's second largest and second most populous continent: And why is that? To paraphrase bank robber Willie Su...
  • The Perfect Complement
    on Apr 12, 2011 in Empire's End
    Maybe it's just a coincidence, but this report -- "US Lacks Credibility on Debt, says IMF" (Financial Times) The US lacks a “credible strategy” to stabilise its mounting public debt posing a small but significant risk of a new global...
  • America Is 'Well Down the Road to Economic Perdition'
    on Apr 4, 2011 in Empire's End
    Australia has been one our closest allies for more than half a century and has served alongside America in "every major conflict since World War I." And yet, as Institute for Public Affairs research fellow Ted Lapkin writes in an...
  • Catching Up...or Moving Ahead?
    on Mar 29, 2011 in Empire's End
    In "China 'to Overtake US on Science' in Two Years," BBC News highlights yet another area where our Asian rival is proving its mettle as a superpower-in-waiting. China is on course to overtake the US in scientific output possibly as...
  • The Challenges, Charted
    on Mar 22, 2011 in Resource Constraints
    Three charts highlight some of the biggest challenges we'll face in the years ahead. Water (Image: Source) Food (Image: Source) Energy (Image: Source)...
  • Playing Catch Up
    on Mar 21, 2011 in Economic
    While we were out fighting ill-conceived wars and expanding our empire to our financial detriment, other nations have been preparing for the real challenges that lie ahead. They've been venturing out and making deals with other nations to ensure they...
  • A Xenophobic Shift
    on Mar 17, 2011 in Political
    While some may be surprised, the shift was predictable (in fact, I predicted it in my last book): worsening economic conditions have stoked growing xenophobia, even in countries that have in recent years welcomed outsiders with open arms. Naturally,...
  • Less than Hunky Dory Here
    on Mar 15, 2011 in Social
    While there is a great deal of focus on heightened unrest in the Middle East, north Africa, and Europe, that doesn't mean things are hunky dory at home. Aside from a growing number of protests over plans to rein in...
  • An Ironic Twist
    on Mar 9, 2011 in Empire's End
    America the great? The following report from WSFA, "82 Percent of US Schools May Be Labeled 'Failing,'" suggests otherwise. Education Secretary Arne Duncan estimates a staggering 82 percent of U.S. schools could be labeled as "failing&...
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