China's ambitious Belt and Road Initiative involves significant funding for infrastructure projects around the world, aiming to improve trade and more.
Can compassionate release laws solve the problem of the nearly 200,000 people aged 55 and older who are incarcerated in America?
On the 55th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act, U.S. courts are still divided about African Americans’ right to wear their natural hair in the workplace.
Mohamed Morsi was elected president in 2012, in Egypt's first free elections. His death has put his brief presidency back in the spotlight.
How the linguistic trick of framing shapes meaning--and can lead to deception.
A Curious Reader asks: When and why did parking become monetized?
Ever since it was founded as a republic in 1923, Turkey has struggled with its so-called Kurdish issue.
Sudan's former president Omar al-Bashir was indicted by the International Criminal Court on charges of war crimes and genocide. Why isn't he on trial?
France's Yellow Vests have been protesting for months on end. Such protests are an integral part of France's culture.
In our final security studies column, our columnist posits that security as a permanent mode of government is actually making Americans less secure.