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Archive Recent Posts Many teenagers take them summer or school-vacation trips to other countries to volunteer in some capacity (and, perhaps, build their resumes)...Read more What is Between Two Ferns, and why was President Obama interviewed on it?
George R R Martin on Machiavellian plots in Game of Thrones 2 December 2013 Last updated at 12:56 Game of Thrones author George RR Martin talks to Alan Yentob about the Machiavellian characters in his fantasy novel series A Song of Ice and Fire. As
The Matter of Displacement : A Queer Urban Ecology of New York City's High Line. Pope Francis has a few thoughts about the global economy Neil Irwin adds these 13 charts. Erik Voeten on bargaining theory and the Iran deal : What can bargaining theory
That's actually the wrong question to be asking, tempting as it is to dwell on it. Good people who've been laid off usually have no legal or practical options. They can only move forward while seeing their careers in a new light. No, you're not
He's ready to serve, he's been wanting to serve, but when will Britain's heir apparent serve? That is the question that has dogged Prince Charles practically his entire 64 years. But now, with his mother, Queen Elizabeth, slowing down at 87 (yet with
Video for The Globe and Mail Editorial cartoon My lecture for this program is on Niccolo Machiavelli's The Prince , that classic manual of harsh political wisdom. The Florentine intellectual's defence of deceit, cruelty and fear in the pursuit of
Alexander Skarsgard (left) and Prince Harry Charles Eshelman/FilmMagic; David M...True Blood star Alexander Skarsgard will join Prince Harry on a trek to the icy South Pole in November as they team up for the Walking With the Wounded South Pole
September 2013 opinion Anybody reading the title of this attempt at an essay might be inclined to imagine the author is just attempting to mimic history...But where the gesture might rhyme with events, until some four hundred years ago, where a lot
August 2, 2013 One expects a book by Philip Bobbitt to be over 900 pages (The Shield of Achilles, 2002) or just under 700 pages (Terror and Consent, 2008). Then how can he diet himself down to a mere 200 or so pages of text on Machiavelli?
And in politics, achievable and worthwhile ends justify the means...Bismarck may have opined that laws are like sausages it's best not to inquire too closely into how they are made but for many, the law has an austere authority that stands far above