Regions / Europe & Central Asia
For most of human history, life-saving drugs were a public good. Now they’re only good for shareholders.
Though not directly involved, Vladimir Putin was the beneficiary of a “false flag” massacre that brought him to power.
Clinton’s foreign policy is more polite than the "make the sands glow" atavism of the GOP. But in the end, it’s death and destruction in a different packaging.
While ISIS makes war on the world's vast majority of "moderate Muslims," hardliners in the West pretend they don't exist.
A decade ago, a transnational coalition beat back the largest corporate trade deal in history. Here's what they can teach opponents of the TPP.
Thirty-six years into the U.S. base build-up in the Greater Middle East, military force has failed as a strategy for controlling the region, no less defeating terrorist organizations.
Instead of just talking about inequality, the global business elites gathering in Switzerland can do something about it: Stop dodging their taxes.
Each year Conn Hallinan presents awards to individuals, companies and governments that make following the news a daily adventure.
Economists said the market would save the planet. It didn't.
Nobel Prize Winner Svetlana Alexievich is challenging both a dictator and a bad case of historical amnesia.