As in the US election campaign, British voters showed their dislike of globalization in opting out of the European Union. Now a new prime minister seeks to restore trust in globalization’s prime agents: corporations.
To honor Finland’s independence anniversary, Norway may give it a mountain peak along their border. The gift, while a small gesture, symbolizes a kind of peace that may keep land-grabbing bully nations at bay.
As humans becomes more attuned to the ocean, we will need to modify our age-old, land-based default toward tribalism and territoriality.
A roundup of global commentary for the Aug. 1, 2016 weekly magazine.
Letters to the editor for the Aug. 1, 2016 weekly magazine.
America’s central bank, like other big financial institutions, seeks fresh ideas to end the ‘new normal’ of mediocre economic growth. Breaking up old models is a good first step.
After Islamic State claimed credit for the killing of a French Catholic priest, leaders of major faiths gathered to counter this attempt to incite Muslims and Christians against each other. Peace is the norm between religions.
The US and Tunisia are each testing whether leniency toward individuals or businesses that are open about their corruption might lead to less corruption. Confession can be a shorter path to reconciliation.
Four recent attacks on the public, some with links to Islamic State, have raised fears but also calls not to allow fear to create an overreaction.
A national park experience can be grand and intimate. And everybody can experience them. That's their real treasure.
A roundup of global commentary for the July 25, 2016 weekly magazine.
Letters to the editor for the July 25, 2016 weekly magazine.
As major economies falter, India takes the lead with the world’s fastest growth. It can lure investors with its relative peace and certainty.