For some reason that I will never understand, Thucydides’s History of the Peloponnesian War is not required reading for graduate students of international relations.1 I don’t know how I was handed a college degree without having read it, for that matter.
…we are on the cusp of an eternal purgatory. It will be a world full of confusion and instability. The age of entropy will be a time of restless disorder, an aimless but forceful hostility to the status quo… How serendipitous. A week after posting Entropy: The Defining Characteristic of Global Affairs, I stumbled across an article …
Markets are pricing for utopia but is tectonic change afoot?