It will be attractive to the Global South, writes Tony Kevin. It will cause consternation in the Western war party camp.
Ukraine: The Tunnel at the End of the Light
The U.S. abused its providential anointment as the exceptional nation, writes Robert Freeman. That abuse has been recognized, called out and is now being acted against by most of the other nations of the world.
Replacing the Pipes from Coast to Coast
Gabriel Filippelli welcomes the $15 billion in the recently enacted infrastructure bill but says it is still not enough for the de-leading work needed nationwide in the U.S.
20 Deadly Years of Wasted Opportunities Since 9/11
With communities across the country in dire need of investment, Lindsay Koshgarian says the case for avoiding more pointless wars couldn’t be clearer.
The infrastructure bill in U.S. Congress is an example of the serious public consequences of innumeracy, writes Michael Brenner.
Texans Reject Grid That Brought Disaster
A majority of voters in the state oppose keeping an independent power grid, reports Bilal Baydoun.
Italy Looks to China
The U.S. and EU may worry about Rome joining the New Silk Road, but it’s their fault, writes Andrew Spannaus.
The Value of Effective Government
The Framers of the U.S. Constitution envisioned an activist federal government that would help build the new country, including transportation infrastructure, but that history has been lost amid Tea Party revisionism that treats all constructive government actions as bad, a…