When education becomes one-size-fits-all, it risks overlooking a nation’s diversity of gifts.
A roundup of global commentary for the May 22, 2017, weekly magazine.
Letters to the editor for the May 22, 2017 weekly magazine.
As President Trump visits Saudi Arabia, he can note how young people are eager to adopt independent thinking – a force driving much of the change in Saudi society.
A higher percentage of company leaders are being fired for ethical lapses, but not necessarily because of more lapses but because of a greater public demand for honesty and accountability.
The opening of the region’s first joint scientific research center brings together Israelis, Iranians, Palestinians, Turks, and others for work on a new particle accelerator. Sometimes peace starts through universal activities like science, arts, and sports.
The Trump administration, after exposing the Syrian regime’s large-scale killings at Sednaya prison, must explain how it will balance the moral and national interests in Syria.
The latest global cyberattack known as the WannaCry was blunted by one person. Rather than cave in to fear of such threats, every Internet user can take more responsibility to protect cyberspace.
What the world would most miss if the Monitor were to vanish, we believe, is its completely different way of seeing the news.
Letters to the editor for the May 15, 2017 weekly magazine.
A roundup of global commentary for the May 15, 2017, weekly magazine.
Two studies on the impact of new technologies counter the pumped-up fear of automation. And while displaced workers do need help, most people are not afraid of robots and artificial intelligence.