A roundup of global commentary for the June 26, 2017, weekly magazine.
Letters to the editor for the June 26, 2017 weekly magazine.
Health experts drawing lessons from recent disease outbreaks say the world can do more to prevent ‘fear contagion.’ Doing so will improve the care and comfort needed during a crisis.
As the US military hits out at new targets – Iran, Syria, and various terrorist groups – Congress must renew the legal authority for such actions. Soldiers must know that Americans support an agreed strategy. And foes must know of US resolve.
A new president and his young party have already shaken the traditional (and often corrupt) political order. Now Emmanuel Macron aims to set tough rules on ethics for French lawmakers. How will his reform differ from that in other countries?
Religious leaders have achieved a truce between rebel groups in the Central African Republic through a ‘spiritually inspired’ method.
This year’s event on June 20 comes as aid groups rethink the approach to refugees – less as victims and more as participants in restoring their dignity.
The Western world is undergoing a fundamental change in its economic structure. The jobs that once sustained the Western working class are disappearing and evolving into new forms, and too many Western workers are not keeping up.
A roundup of global commentary for the June 19, 2017, weekly magazine.
Letters to the editor for the June 19, 2017 weekly magazine.
With Islamic State instigating more attacks on the West, Muslim groups in Germany hope a march for peace will show that such terrorism is not part of Islam.
After the shooting at a GOP baseball practice, lawmakers showed remarkable civility. Here are active steps that can keep it going.
Giving to charity hit another record last year, but a new form of giving – impact investing – is catching up fast.