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.
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.
A powerful crown prince has upended the old pillars of governance with major arrests and the sidelining of religious clerics. But will he anchor new pillars in democratic ideas?
The motives of such killers matter less than how the faithful respond. After the Texas church massacre, locals turned to qualities of thought that deny a place for hate.
Russia meddling in US politics has forced social media giants to better parse the truth and civility on their platforms. A divided citizenry should follow their example.
Pennsylvania follows many other states in a major expansion of gambling. Yet the US must heed warnings from other countries, especially Britain.
The attack on a city bike path was meant to instill fear. Instead, the city rallied with calm and aplomb to thwart ISIS’s aim of defeating people through fear.
As details emerge in the indictments by the special consul probe, Americans can learn how to respond by looking at Ukraine’s long experience with Moscow’s interference.
Despite some violence and threats of confrontation, Spain’s crisis over Catalan independence bid is tempered by Europe’s postwar principles of rule of law and democratic ideals.
Reformers like the Gates Foundation admit their ideas and approaches often fail. That humility has now led to better listening to local stakeholders, whose love of children really drives education.
President Trump is the second president to try to stem the rising death toll from drug overdoses. The common theme: Addiction can be cured, especially with more public support.
The allegations of harassment made against a Hollywood mogul have sparked a global social media campaign denouncing sexual assault. Now the task is to turn this campaign toward peace and healing.
In a world awash in red ink, Argentina’s reforms since 2015 show how attitudes can shift toward excessive debt.
The liberation of ISIS’s de facto capital, Raqqa, must now lead to the city’s reconstruction and ensuring it becomes a model of democratic ideals.
Only one location will be chosen as the online giant’s second headquarters. But all the contestants can use the process to think about how they will thrive in the future.