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Ukraine’s new leader sets a welcome standard of humility in public service during a period of personal rule in many nations.
The class of ’19 brings resilient skills into a job market hungry for workers who think critically.
In Australia, a surprise victory for a pro-coal party shows the need worldwide to ensure economic justice in tackling climate change.
A severe food shortage in the North opens a door for the South to provide aid and perhaps nudge progress in stalled talks on denuclearization.
Artists perform during Night in the Museum, a cultural event dedicated to International Museum Day, in Almaty, Kazakhstan, May 18.
The US-China split over trade practices could turn into Cold War-style strategy of containing practices that defeat themselves.
Despite the best medical response to Congo’s Ebola outbreak, the virus keeps spreading because of fear, false rumors, and violence. The crisis now requires a buildup of trust that can calm and comfort local communities.
In a surprise essay, a former FBI official hounded by the president explains why he loves both Trump and his supporters.
After years of transparency about corruption, the country sends a signal in an election that the ruling party must now cleanse itself.
Washington and Tehran have escalated tensions as hard-liners on each side seem to smell victory. Yet behind the posturing remains a chance for mediation by a neutral friend.
After more than a century of official mother’s days in the U.S., much has changed for mothers. But not their central role as influencers of future generations.
The battle for democracy in both Africa and the Arab world is playing out in the protests in Khartoum against military rule.
The release of two Reuters reporters reflects the work of negotiators who played to the military’s own interest in rule of law. Dialogue won the day for press freedom.
A UN-backed prediction of mass extinctions also suggests a revisioning of the ‘good life’ away from material-based economic growth.
With far-right parties slated to do well in a big election this month, European officials must focus on proven ways to counter anti-migrant racism.
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