Lessons from Kazakhstan

With Covid cases raging, the January 6 Select Committee intensifying its efforts and stalemates over voting rights and other Biden administration agenda items, it is perhaps understandable that events in Kazakhstan may have fallen from the radar screen of many disciplined media watchers. Even on the international plane, events in Ukraine and North Korea’s recent … Continue reading Lessons from Kazakhstan

Christmas During Omicron

The scenes are reminiscent of days past—long lines waiting for Covid tests, overwhelmed hospitals, calendar dates altered or crossed-off. It is Christmas in the midst of Omicron and celebrations this year have a texture all their own. Plans with loved ones are in flux, sometimes quickly canceled or changed overnight with news about surges in … Continue reading Christmas During Omicron