Should a repressive petrostate get to host UN climate talks?
There are several reasons to be optimistic, from repairing the ozone layer to combating COVID.
The five detainees include leaders of the campaign that won the world’s first metals mining ban in 2017 — a ban the cash-strapped government may be moving to overturn.
Peru’s deepening crisis is a cautionary tale about democracies that fail to deliver for ordinary people.
Reducing a humanitarian crisis to an issue of “border security” puts real solutions out of reach.
People from poor countries that can no longer rely on energy assistance from Venezuela are arriving at the border in record numbers.
Russia and the United States both hold themselves above the law and beyond accountability.
No sum can ever wipe out the suffering of the Kenyan people. But British reparations will serve three important functions.
This year’s record-breaking global displacement crisis calls for immigration policies that reflect our humanity, not cruelty.
Why is Croatia being welcomed into an exclusive European club but Bulgaria and Romania aren’t?