'Lapistan,' where NATO is conducting war games, is fictional. But the exercises are testing real-life relations with the Russians as well as the indigenous Sami people.
When peatlands disappear, stored carbon dioxide gets released into the atmosphere.
Last week, Greenpeace failed in its bid to force Norway's StatoilHydro to abandon a $2 billion investment in a project that it says produces 10 times the greenhouse gases as North Sea drilling.
Readers write about what America can learn from Finland.
Simplified, accessible music notation lets their talent, not their needs, take center stage.
The two nuclear powers continue to bicker over NATO war games, nuclear weapons, and fighter jets in Kyrgyzstan.
Peter Zumthor's designs for an art museum emerging from a bombed-out church and thermal baths both caught the jury's eye.
From crawling on the carpet with Ronald Reagan to sipping tea with the Che Guevara of Afghanistan, former staffers recount stories as the Monitor transitions to new formats.