On this International Day of Persons with Disabilities, much still needs to be done to implement the 2006 UN Disability Convention.
Is the Netherlands on the brink of legitimizing racism and discrimination?
How the violence of October 7 and its aftermath are transforming the international community.
The recent electoral victories of Javier Milei in Argentina and Geert Wilders in the Netherlands suggest that the world has not yet reached peak populism.
Conservative lawmakers calling for cuts should start with the agency that can’t account for $1.9 trillion — not the programs Americans rely on.
A new map and report explore the challenges for a green and digital transition.
All of us now live in Gaza. Most of us just don’t know it yet.
A quick FAQ on the agreement between Israel and Hamas to release hostages and pause the fighting.
Hwang Sok-Yong’s novel Mater 2-10 chronicles Korean resistance to–and collaboration with–Japanese occupation.
America’s forever wars yield a 75,000% increase in terror attacks.
Here’s how the U.S. position in the Middle East unraveled.