Feudal Future Podcast: Navigating South Africa's Political and Economic Changes

What if South Africa could become the next economic powerhouse? In this compelling episode of the Feudal Future Podcast, we’re joined by structural engineer Hügo Krüger and analyst Bheki Mahlobo  read more »

Why Latino Success Matters

“Unfortunately, Latinos do worse than their Latino counterparts in other states. It’s largely due to a failing public educational system  read more »

Feudal Future: Understanding California's Recent Financial Deficit

Discover the unexpected fiscal twists and turns as California confronts its financial future  read more »

Feudal Future Podcast: Exploring the Paradox of Peace and Economics in Taiwan-China Relations

Discover the nuanced complexities of Taiwan-China relations and the unexpected preferences of their people toward peace  read more »

Feudal Future Podcast: Economic Transformation and Challenges of Appalachia

Ever wondered what’s brewing in the land of Appalachian charm? Buckle up as we journey through the changing landscapes of this region  read more »

Feudal Future Podcast: The End of the Valley

On this episode of Feudal Future, hosts Joel Kotkin and Marshall Toplansky are joined by American entrepreneur, Rony Abovitz, and author Michael Malone to discuss the future of Silicon Valley.  read more »

We Are On the Cusp of a Democrat Class War

The recent sparring between Starbucks’s longtime CEO Howard Schultz and Senator Bernie Sanders reflects a conflict within the Democratic Party  read more »

The Moral Grandstanding Behind San Francisco's Reparations Plan

San Francisco, long a bastion of extremist progressivism, is currently outdoing itself.  read more »

Feudal Future Podcast: Progressive Conservatism

On this episode of Feudal Future, hosts Joel Kotkin and Marshall Toplansky are joined by Francis H Buckley,  read more »

Are Big Cities Past Their Prime?

New York. Los Angeles. Boston. San Francisco. Call them America's "superstars." With mega populations, these urban hubs have long reigned as the nation's economic, social, and cultural capitals.  read more »