A roundup of global commentary for the Nov. 20, 2017 weekly magazine.
Letters to the editor for the Nov. 20, 2017 weekly magazine.
The surprise sidelining of a longtime dictator has many in Zimbabwe looking inward on their role in propping him up. Their mental liberation may influence the ongoing power struggle
With new warnings of harm to civilian networks, the world may need a ‘digital Geneva Convention.’
The Army’s sidelining of President Robert Mugabe came after he picked his wife to rule after him, denying democratic ideals rooted in equality. History is littered with the overthrow of family dynasties and progress toward basic rights.
Despite its vast oil wealth, Venezuela has entered a debt crisis of its own making. The only way out is to return to democratic ideals and lift the ‘resource curse.’
Nations and online users are being tracked on their kindness toward strangers. One country in particular, Singapore, actively promotes it.
You might see something like this in any middle school across the US or beyond. Yet hidden in its seemingly unoffensive positivism is something altogether more radical.
A roundup of global commentary for the Nov. 13, 2017 weekly magazine.
Letters to the editor for the Nov. 13, 2017 weekly magazine.
The spirit of giving expressed in Lincoln’s Thanksgiving proclamation during a violent war has endured in helping to curb today’s violence.
Even without a shift on gun control, the US can still devise a strategy to prevent large-scale attacks. One country in North Africa shows how.
A court in the world’s most populous Muslim country bans religious discrimination by the government, creating a legal beacon for the region and Islamic world.