The New Geopolitics: Class, Capital, Nationalism

Ever since the first nation-states, there has been geopolitics, today competition between “great powers” is complicated by the multinational aspects of capital, confronting new nationalism.

City Cousins and Country Cousins

Published August 30, 2019 in Warp & Woof City Cousins and Country Cousins What Makes Them Different? William Sundwick The Neolithic Revolutionoccurred approximately 12.500 years ago. It was followed immediately by the urban/rural political divide. As soon as hunter-gatherers coalesced into agricultural settlements, and stopped being nomadic, they established villages, then cities. Yet, the foodContinue reading “City Cousins and Country Cousins”