by Fabian Ommar The developed world, accustomed to safety, convenience, and comfort, is facing a slow-burning SHTF called Thirdworldization by some. Each time humankind faces some tribulation like the one we’re
"The building was so overburdened with meaning that its burning feels like an act of liberation." We talked to architects and historians about the significance of Notre Dame — and
The year is 1925, and Shanghai is in flux. Communists, Nationalists, and Triad gangsters are all fighting for control of this vice-laden city, and one “preeminent bon vivant,” Victor Sassoon,
The entire world is burning, and America is holding on by a thread pic.twitter.com/8XARuLvD9X — Alastair Williamson (@StockBoardAsset) November 17, 2018 In case you missed it: #Greece's banks index has
HOUSE OF CARDS: Forget the trade war, China’s economy has other big problems. The Chinese economy expanded rapidly in the years after the global financial crisis thanks to repeated debt binges.