Donald Trump was a failed businessperson - until The Apprentice came along. Dr Keith Suter explains how a reality TV producer managed to resurrect Trump as an icon of American success, and helped to forge his path to presidency.
New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has made headlines after delivering
the world's first ever "wellbeing budget". Dr Keith Suter breaks down what exactly that means and why other countries should be following suit.
The stability of the British monarchy is top of mind this week, with Trump's visit to the Queen throwing Twitter into overdrive. Dr Keith Suter discusses how the Royal family's image has evolved over time, and whether there's a future for the many other monarchies around the world.
Has the West lost the plot? Dr Keith Suter explains the decline of the so-called Western, Educated, Industrialised, Rich and Democratic world and what it means for the future of countries like Australia.
Japan is an ageing society and somehow, they need to fill the void. Dr Keith Suter discusses how the government is implementing Japan 5.0, a program designed to encourage the population to embrace the use of robotics and what it means for the future.
Since Trump came into office, we've seen a revival of a psychological theory about people being, well, stupid. Dr Keith Suter looks at the "Dunning-Kruger" effect and how it applies to the current President of the United States.
Will we save the planet from climate change? Dr Keith Suter sheds light on what needs to be done to achieve sustainable development goals, whether we're likely to meet them and what the consequences could be if we don't.