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Central America, Mexico, and the U.S. can recognize each other’s urgent needs and stem the flow of families seeking asylum.
In many contests, a recent trend in favor of an anti-corruption norm is showing up. It is all part of building “Planet Integrity.”
The fall of the militant group’s last enclave also brought a plea for an international court to try the captured foreign fighters. The U.N. must heed the plea.
As more states rush to legalize sports betting, college athletics are pleading for help against gambling’s influence. Schools need to buckle down on their values of meretricious achievement.
By preparing for a return of democracy and economic health, the interim president and his foreign partners can create an incentive for a transition of power.
To prevent future foreign meddling in elections, we must know why Trump campaign officials did not collude with Russia.
This month’s massive storm in southern Africa highlights the need for helping poorer nations build up resilience against flooding.
After the Christchurch massacre, both left and right listened to each other’s fears about guns and gun control to quickly achieve a compromise.
The livestreaming of the New Zealand killings only raises the bar for both social-media giants and internet users to increase their powers of discernment.
In New Zealand and other places with recent crises, politicians who listen and grieve can bring progress.
Recent crashes of two Boeing 737 Max jets should help propel progress toward a better human-machine interface.
Like many recent mass killings, the one in New Zealand hit a place of prayer. The response of many around the world was to gather in prayer. There is a good reason for that.
Defying the region’s stereotype of perpetual corruption, Slovakia may elect a woman as president who has a record of standing up to powerful interests.
The indictment of both parents and university workers over an admissions scandal cries out for schools to return to education that first instills character.
On the 30th anniversary of the World Wide Web, Algerian protesters show how digital connections can bring freedom and break fears.
An election in May for the European Parliament has triggered differing visions from France and Germany to prevent victories for anti-EU populist parties.
Despite progress against the second-worst Ebola epidemic in history, responders in Congo are struggling to heed the fears of vulnerable communities and to build up trust.
In the world’s most-populous Muslim country, Indonesia, the leading Muslim group asks the faithful to end the use of a religious slur – to head off tensions before a national election.
Mass protests in Sudan and Algeria hint that the liberating lessons of 2011 are not forgotten.
Four world leaders stand out so far this year, showing how peace is possible and natural.
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