“Something bad happened to you,” said Dr. Fiona. I knew I was not in my homeland
Despite the progress we have made in eradicating disease, advancing new technologies and improving wellbeing, it is difficult to fathom that we still fail to feed nearly a billion people in the world. Nowhere is chronic food …
The Obama administration is right to suspend some but not all military aid. If only they could make that message clearer.
Prime Minister Abe’s call for women to “rise up” is great, but he needs to change Japan’s sexist business culture
A cadre of young Somali-American men are getting indoctrinated in the belief that it’s okay to attack people who disagree with you
Suspicions of American intentions in Brazil and elsewhere run deep after revelations about NSA data-gathering in those countries
History is longer than the news cycle or a term in office, writes the chess champion
The Pentagon is using video games to infiltrate middle schools.
The New Delhi rape victim deserved justice, but she only got it because she gained celebrity status
It is our exceptionalism—and our separation of powers—that has kept us out of war in Syria.
India is not the only country dealing with high rates of violence against women, but we have perfected the ability to look away.
Awarding the 2020 Games to Tokyo and not Turkey highlights an unfair pattern
The fundamental rule of international law is that states cannot attack other states, even for humanitarian reasons