The killing of six Muslims in Quebec brought vigils, prayers, and other moments of solidarity between mosques and churches. This reaction often plays out worldwide because houses of worship find common purpose against acts of hate.
As Americans fight over Trump’s travel bans on Muslim countries, Tunisia shows an inclusive debate over keeping terrorists in check.
Immigrant bans and new walls need not be contentious if each side recognizes they both seek to solve the root cause of mass migration.
A roundup of global commentary for the Jan. 30, 2017 weekly magazine.
Letters to the editor for the Jan. 30, 2017 weekly magazine.
Long may may local color and regional diversity wave. But when it comes to education, local must never mean less than the best.
As Iraq retakes its second-largest city, it made a point of raising a flag at Mosul University, which the militants had all but destroyed. Such schools teach the virtues for running modern societies in the Mideast.
Trump will be the fourth US president to deal with a nuclearized North Korea. More sanctions might help, but a regime defector points to the use of patience as more North Koreans are dissenting.
A 1977 law against foreign corruption was long viewed as putting US firms at a disadvantage overseas. Perhaps its success in helping profits might convince President Trump to keep the law and enforce it.
As it prepares to celebrate its 60th anniversary, the European Union faces internal and external threats. Its fallback for unity: a shared cultural identity.
President Trump’s first official trip was to the CIA, an agency trained to encourage dissent about intelligence information but one that must also ‘face hard truths’ about itself.
Letters to the editor for the Jan. 23, 2017 weekly magazine.