I came here from The Financial Times. Just looking at Gideon Rachman’s latest essay, made me a bit queasy:
Headline: India picks a side in the new cold war
Sub-headline: It is folly for China to drive its rival into America’s arms
But seeking solace in Mr. Ferguson’s little melodrama, where he plays so many roles: Cassandra, Epidemiologist, Statistician, Historian all wreathed in the usual Ferguson self-congratulation. But the literary frame of Jack Kerouac’s ‘beatnik’ “On the Road” didn’t render his verbose polemic any more palatable. I survived the 1957 flu epidemic as a 13 year old, along with my sisters and brothers.
Looking forward to returning to Rachman’s essay and James Stavridis (former supreme allied commander of NATO) essay:
Trump’s Retreat From Germany Is a Victory for Putin
Pulling U.S. troops from Europe won’t save any money but it will make America less safe.