Between two people who in all likelihood had wildly different views of what is good for America, there was a moment of grace and humility.
A roundup of global commentary for the Oct. 2, 2017 weekly magazine.
Letters to the editor for the Oct. 2, 2017 weekly magazine.
The US rose in a global ranking on competitiveness, in part because its innovation ‘ecosystem’ lessens fears for entrepreneurs.
The UN focus on Myanmar’s atrocities toward the Rohingya may need a new approach, one that speaks to the ‘ordinary virtues’ of the country’s majority.
Allowing women to drive cars signals the kingdom’s wider desire for an innovative, knowledge-based economy. Placing limits on women is not the road to such a goal.
Performers and other artists rose to the occasion after recent hurricanes and other recent tragedies. The arts can play a crucial role in healing a community of fear and trauma.
Germany follows France in holding an election in which voters showed a new independence from the main parties and seem to seek a different political identity.
Nadia Murad’s story is one of sacrifice in its purest and most powerful form – an immolation of self for the good of others. In telling her story, she is not only saving the Yazidis she loves, but also a world that must hear what she says and be broken of any sense of indolence about evil.
A roundup of global commentary for the Sept. 25, 2017 weekly magazine.
Letters to the editor for the Sept. 25, 2017 weekly magazine.
A new poll suggests why Americans put more trust in the high court than in the other branches. Even as the justices take on difficult cases, their role is seen as essential in applying the highest ideals to individuals and society.
South Korea’s offer of humanitarian aid to North Korean children and pregnant women, despite the North’s military threats, fits a trend to protect the innocent even in the midst of a conflict.