The UN issued its first famine alert in six years, citing starvation in war-torn South Sudan. While food aid is needed, this new African nation needs the reconciliation skills of its church leaders to end a long conflict.
As solid and grounded as the Israeli settlements on the West Bank look, Israelis have never been the land's only inhabitants.
For weeks, protests against corruption have persisted in Romania because people now realize they hold the key to good governance.
Letters to the editor for the Feb. 20, 2017 weekly magazine.
The United Nations has begun to collect evidence of war crimes in the Syrian conflict, a necessary step for eventual prosecution and the post-war healing of Syrian society.
Security in Haiti has improved enough that the UN might soon pull out its forces. One reason: a novel approach to reducing neighborhood violence by listening to community concerns.