World Volatility and the Relevancy of Democracy

  It's 12:18am, March 8th, as I begin to write this. There are a lot of thoughts rolling around in my head so I'll articulate them the best I can. I'll start out with an analogy. Today, the "new" iPad was announced. Among all the cool new things it's capable of, the iPad can now … Continue reading World Volatility and the Relevancy of Democracy

China and Africa

Anyone who follows me on twitter (which I highly recommend) has likely seen their feed blow up in the past day with posts about China and what it's doing in Africa. Before I get into that too much, a little background for those of you who don't speak International Relations. Beijing Consensus- China's foreign policy … Continue reading China and Africa