A roundup of global commentary for the May 21, 2018 weekly magazine.
Letters to the editor for the May 21, 2018 weekly magazine.
As health officials rush to contain a new outbreak of the virus in Africa, they are applying lessons from the 2014-16 crisis about the need to contain fear.
Taiwan has begun to officially recognize its various languages, a sign of its values of openness and tolerance – and independence from China and its imposed language policy.
A reformist president who rejects Peronist populism faces a financial crisis that requires a lift from the IMF.
Media literacy courses can help news consumers, but one study in Ukraine found ways to ensure long-term effects.
A Supreme Court ruling overturning a federal law may now create a rush by states to legalize sports wagering. But lawmakers should recall the reasons for the original ban. Sports rely on integrity and skill, not a belief in luck.
By most metrics, Puerto Rico is not a success story. Yet Whitney’s story points to why it is too simplistic to look only at the negative – or only at the positive.
A roundup of global commentary for the May 14, 2018 weekly magazine.
Letters to the editor for the May 14, 2018 weekly magazine.
The campaign for the May 12 election shows voters may want less politics based on religious parties and more civic unity on common interests.
The May 9 election overthrew the only party ever to rule the Southeast Asian nation. Young voters rejected corrupt, crony politics and chose a broad coalition that promises rule of law.
In the Middle East, the US has done more good when it helps create order and liberty than when it simply opposes bullies.