A roundup of global commentary for the Aug. 21, 2017-Aug. 28, 2017, weekly magazine.
Letters to the editor for the Aug. 21, 2017 weekly magazine.
After the violence in Charlottesville, Va., Americans are seeking ways to curb public expressions of racism, from statues to tweets. One idea lies at the heart of these efforts.
Reports that Iraq wants to mediate between Iran and Saudi Arabia is another sign of how many Iraqis have learned from battling Islamic State that Sunni-Shiite rivalry must end.
Like the darkness of an eclipse, the dark mood of hate in the United States, stirred by right-wing protests, must be seen as fleeting.
A US probe of China’s infringement on American patents comes with an expectation that China has the ingenuity to invent its way to greater prosperity. The biggest barrier: a fear of failure by its researchers.
The strong reaction of many Americans to the Virginia tragedy helps show the false claims of white supremacists about skin color.
Letters to the editor
I struggle to see how posting a video of the latest Gylfi Sigurðsson goal to my Twitter feed, complete with emojis and hashtags, will significantly enrich the world at large. This is why I am terrified of my children.
A roundup of global commentary for the Aug. 14, 2017 weekly magazine.
Letters to the editor for the Aug. 14, 2017 weekly magazine.
As the US and North Korea engage in a war of words, a new effort in Kenya shows how to train local peacemakers to guard against rhetoric that might incite acts of violence.
In an era of slow productivity, companies need greater diversity of thought to innovate. Workers who stereotype people and their qualities by sex only put limits on diversity of thinking.