As more money from corruption flows across borders – raising popular anger – global solutions are needed. But which solutions will strike at the heart of corruption?
Vermont wisely votes down pot legalization. One big reason: the record of highway risks from drugged drivers in Colorado and Washington State. Legalization should not create a problem while trying to solve one.
The history that hangs over the US president’s visits must be transformed into a moral sense and a forward-looking purpose.
In what may be his parting speech as president on race relations, President Obama focused on a theme common in his previous talks: the need to acknowledge racial progress already made in America.
Millions of people face adversity, trials, and setbacks. Rather than haunting them, however, traumas often empower them.
The election of a Muslim as London’s mayor, along with other examples of respect for religious differences, helps counter an anti-Islam narrative in Europe.
A roundup of global commentary for the May 9, 2016 weekly magazine.
Letters to the editor for the May 9, 2016 weekly magazine.
The new FDA regulations on the sale of e-cigarettes to minors is only a step toward raising a generation free of nicotine addiction.
Despite all its hand-wringing surprises, the contest has shown how democracy breeds innovation in ideas and people.
In just a few weeks, an EU-Turkey pact has led to a big decline in the flow of migrants into Greece. Its mix of compassion and legality could be a model for similar agreements.