Monthly Archives: May 2016

Mediocrity reigns

Mediocre means neither good nor bad, but at best, barely adequate. Mediocre political leadership today means it is not as good as it should be, not as bad as it could be, but given today’s world, not even barely adequate. … Continue reading

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Is Vladimir Putin on the way out?

There is buzz being generated about an analysis from the European Council on Foreign Relations forecasting the end of Vladimir Putin’s rule. How long does he have left? “In the view of this author, the regime has less than a … Continue reading

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It’s a Two-Track World. Now, about the Coming Collision…

We live in a two-track world, a Fast Track and a Slow Track, where the tracks seem to run parallel to each other on a day-to-day basis, but we know they will eventually meet and either merge into one track, … Continue reading

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Letter From Panama

April was a tough month for those of us living in Panama, both Panamanians and expatriate residents like me. The so-called “Panama Papers” became an international sensation. Despite the fact that the “guilty parties” were foreigners, despite the fact that … Continue reading

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