The UN’s new focus on preventive diplomacy is sorely needed in a country facing an acute political crisis, a fallen economy, and too many armed groups that could trigger violence.
Educational inequality can be reduced if more public schools help teachers better engage with the families of students. Congress must assist by funding its own educational mandate.
After the nightclub shooting by an Islamic State follower, people in Orlando respond in ways that show how the radical group can be defeated in Iraq and Syria.
Two decades ago, the mental momentum in Europe seemed fully in favor of greater unity. Now it's stalled. Will 'Brexit' reverse it?
A roundup of global commentary for the June 13, 2016 weekly magazine.
Letters to the editor for the June 13, 2016 weekly magazine.
A bipartisan bill on its way to President Obama beefs up the EPA’s ability to regulate chemicals in thousands of products.
Prime Minister Modi spoke to Congress at a time when reasons for closer US-Indian cooperation keep growing.
Hillary Clinton will be judged on her merits, not her gender. But if she’s elected US president it will represent an historic moment.
In Iowa, wind turbines generate nearly one-third of the state’s electricity, the highest proportion in the US.
Controversial in the 1960s today Ali's contribution is recognized.
It's fashionable to bash shoe-leather journalism as obsolete in the digital age. It's impossible to understand how the world and its people tick without it.