As the world becomes more urban - and urban areas become more gridlocked -- 'insta-cities,' surge.
As China and Japan shift their military postures, Asia must follow other regions that seek to become ‘zones of peace.’ It has a model in ASEAN, a body in Southeast Asia that for decades has presumed peace as the norm.
Letters to the editor for the Sept. 19, 2015 weekly magazine.
A round-up of global commentary for the Sept. 21, 2015 weekly magazine
German leader Angela Merkel keeps rising in moral authority with each new crisis: Greece, Ukraine, and now a flood of refugees. Ever mindful of its nationalist past, Germany finds a role in uniting Europe around universal values.
In Europe and the US, many leaders stoke fears of Syrian refugees as hiding Islamic State fighters. Not only is this fear unfounded but it only helps IS in its recruitment.
Myanmar’s welcoming of foreign election observers for its Nov. 8 vote reflects the progress in setting international norms for free and fair voting.
Emotions are running high in Europe and the US about migrants or refugees. There is a way to keep a civil discourse.
A new world was born 70 years ago out of the ashes of war. With it came many of today's world problems. With it also came a determination to make the world better.
Letters to the editor for the Sept. 14, 2015, weekly magazine.
A round-up of global commentary for the Sept. 14, 2015, weekly magazine.
ESPN’s ‘cover alerts’ tie college sports ever closer to gambling.
The US Justice Department plans to favor prosecution of individual wrongdoers over the levying of corporate fines.