Why the big fuss over North Korea's satellite launch?
An interview about Islamophobia and how it affects politics today.
Jim Kim represents a different kind of economics that could shake up the World Bank.
If Somalia is to become a politically stable, economically viable, and peaceful nation that can compete with other African countries, clan-dominated federal states must be made a thing of the past.
A new book explores the tensions between liberal state-building and outside manipulation.
As we get ready to give our taxes to the Pentagon, here's a three-part strategy for reducing global military spending.
As the search for the next leader of the World Bank continues, President Obama has pushed hard for Jim Yong Kim, a health development specialist, to lead the world's largest multilateral development institution.
Social policies and instruments will need to be developed to ensure that the Green Economy not only alleviates poverty and improves equity, but that the interests of the people who depend on Green Economy are deliberately safeguarded from the very outset.
As North Korea's launch date for its satellite approaches, the international community has responded with threats and by distancing themselves from Pyongyang. However, a far better solution could be reached from the international community working towards closer relations with North Korea.
Why does Iran want so many submarines?