Dueling concerts on either side of the border will highlight again the use of peaceful tactics by the country’s pro-democracy forces to oust a ruthless leader.
Progress would demand we find some path to unity beyond fear or sorrow. And from one perspective, you could say that is exactly the problem the world is struggling to work through right now.
A roundup of global commentary for the Feb. 18, 2019 weekly magazine.
The Feb. 16 presidential election shows a new maturity in having issue-based campaigns and less politicking based on personality, ethnicity, religion, or geography.
In trying to end the US role in Yemen’s war, Congress may finally be returning authority for war – and the protection of liberty – to itself.
In the year since the Florida school tragedy, the student activists had to learn not to see their policy opponents as ‘bad people.’ This shift toward listening may help shape the gun debate.
South Korea’s president can be credited for the small steps of peace leading up to the second US-North Korea summit. He may have created a virtuous circle of trust.
The celebration of the revolution’s 40th anniversary was not focused on its weakest link: arbitrary rule by an unelected cleric. Iranians prefer other models, based on equality and freedom.
If we’re doing our job, you’re not really reading a story about Africa – or Australia or America. You’re reading a story about you, wherever you are.
Letters to the editor for the Feb. 11, 2019 weekly magazine.
A roundup of global commentary for the Feb. 11, 2019 weekly magazine.
In an election bid, the daughter of the late king sheds her royal rights and sends a signal about equality and individual sovereignty.