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Why the World is Going Backwards (and How to Stop It)
The Rise of the Anti-Revolution
Why the Jerusalem declaration is Trump’s cruelest move yet
A father and mother are in the middle of a difficult discussion over the custody of their child. They’ve both been crying. It’s the most…
Dear I Go Dye, You Are Right, But We Can Fix Nigeria Together
Dear I Go Dye,
Don’t Overstate The Jihadist Threat
Lessons from the unsuccessful New York subway attack
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“Matt Zarb-Cousin … writes in a personal capacity.”
I’m at the age now where I’m not really sure whether I get to talk for ‘young people’, but Matt Zarb-Cousin has decided he gets to, and who…
Leadership lessons for a fractured world
Tonye Cole, Executive Director and Co-Founder, Sahara Group Ltd
World Economic Forum
In times of political polarization, progressive policymaking suffers
Christof Schiller, Project Manager, Bertelsmann Stiftung
World Economic Forum
Liberia’s Presidential Problems Won’t End With Soccer Legend George Weah
The former Liberia striker has a tough road ahead of him if he wins the Presidential election.
Photos: When Egypt’s president visited Israel in 1977, he became the first Arab leader to do so.
A look at Anwar Sadat’s high-stakes diplomacy and friendly hobnobbing during the make-or-break trip that shocked the world
India’s Culture War Comes to Bollywood
The Bollywood film Padmavati has inspired heated debate, hysterical threats of violence, and a ban in four states governed by the ruling…
The Age of Incompetence
What happens when we realize no one’s in control?
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By Maija Liuhto Photography by Ivan Flores
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It Is Hard Not To Laugh — Brexit Is The Best Joke Ever.
Did you here the joke about Brexit?
Trudeau nominated a woman for Canada’s Supreme Court. Some progressives are disappointed.
ANALYSIS | Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin will retire Dec. 15
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The internet is a terror battle ground — and we’re losing
By Samantha Vinograd
Repairs Begin on Critical Crossing
ICRC partially reconstructs the Stanytsia Luhanska Bridge in eastern Ukraine
Germany’s Incoherent Foreign Policy
Europe’s largest economy needs to recognize that a new Atlanticist pact is needed if the West is to protect its liberal values.
The rise of Beppe Grillo
France and the Netherlands rejected far-right governments. But a different kind of populism — nativistic and no less bombastic — is gaining…
Beyond Korean Americans: Growing Concerns Among Americans about War with North Korea
By Jessica Lee
Anger swirls around U.S. Jerusalem decision in Beirut, bolstering Hezbollah
A pair of demonstrations in Beirut against U.S. President Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel offered a study…
Student snapshots of Britain’s planned communities show failed neighborhoods, idealism in action in…
Long-lost lecture slides document housing projects and the students who learned from them
When justice delayed is justice denied for victims of war crimes
Commentary: Post-conflict peace and reconciliation can’t happen without timely prosecution of war criminals such as Ratko Mladić
North of Jerusalem, West of Damascus
2017 in review: the year in photos
From Syria to Myanmar, and around the world, images of children are powerful reminders of the suffering brought by wars, poverty…
#PutinAtWar: Russian Bombings in Syria Continue
A quick look into Russian bombings December 3 in eastern Syria
Alleged Use of Phosphorus Grenades in Ukraine
Examining the latest claim of incendiary weapon use in the Donbas