Headlines that transcend borders.
Why Meghan Markle Does Not Give Me Hope
Most immigrants to the UK are not welcomed like she is.
How Rwanda’s Capital Became an African Tech Leader
Kigali’s knowledge-based sharing economy is an example for other cities looking towards the future
What If Kim Jong-Un Wants Peace?
Reevaluating assumptions about North Korea
The Grim Politics of Saving Face
Why “I was wrong” has become the rarest phrase in our democratic conversation
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Joining the Fabmobil for one week
An illustrated trip from re:publica Berlin to the East German countryside on a rolling Fab Lab
Welcome to the machine
Even before the Espionage Bill was introduced to parliament, Australia was well down the path of legislating prison terms for journalists…
The Gärten Will Be Back, and Why Religious Extremists Always Fail
Disgust is a feeling that is becoming more and more common when one thinks about Lebanon and its out-of-control, corrupt, bootlicking…
A revolution corrupted
Regardless of who wins Venezuela’s election on Sunday, corrupt bureaucrats have taken control of much of the state and economy
ASA marching towards pioneering work through Sport in rural India
When inspiring stories of impact are observed from an organisation, it is a proof that the organisation is moving in the right direction…
ANTONY C J
Who is my neighbour?
“If Muslims and Christians are not at peace, the world cannot be at peace. With the terrible weaponry of the modern world; with Muslims and…
Rev. Scott Sharman