Can there be a #MeToo-style campaign against corruption? One region shows that a cross-border movement is possible.
Rather than rely on machines to pick items for its news feed, the media giant will now trust its users to select trustworthy media outlets. The move reflects a broader need to restore trust in news by relying on readers as truth seekers.
Sitting on a park bench in Beijing, moved to tears by the memories that came flooding back to her as she watched an amateur opera, our reporter saw other core values expressed by a gentleman who sat next to her: harmony, civility, friendship.
A roundup of global commentary for the Jan. 22, 2018 weekly magazine.
Letters to the editor for the Jan. 22, 2018 weekly magazine.
In Liberia and Colombia, civil conflict has been halted by programs that aid former rebels. South Africa has avoided civil war but it also needs to help those who don’t share in its wealth.
A new study suggests tougher laws will work and a new task force points to higher taxes that change behavior.
The use of foul language to describe immigrants from certain regions provides an opportunity to examine our own preconceptions – and to seek the facts.
In the spirit of evolving the Monitor Daily toward the clearest statement of the Monitor’s mission, changes are coming to the Christian Science Perspective starting on Jan. 22.
President Trump is expected to make his case for 'America First' at this month’s World Economic Forum. French President Macron and German Chancellor Merkel could offer an opposing view that values working together over self-interest.
As president, Donald Trump clearly wields huge power. What he does matters, in many cases enormously. But it’s also fair to say that, according to the vision of the Founders, a fixation on Trump – pro or con – is a backward way of addressing America’s challenges.
A roundup of global commentary for the Jan. 15, 2018 weekly magazine.
Letters to the editor for the Jan. 15, 2018 weekly magazine.
Days of protests against austerity in the North African country serve as yet another model for the Arab world on how to tolerate dissent and define the common good in a spirit of equality.