A roundup of global commentary for the April 23, 2018-April 30, 2018 weekly magazine.
Letters to the editor for the April 16, 2018 weekly magazine.
An election in Iraq shows how the Middle East might rise above divides over religion to embrace a unifying identity.
The rest of Paul Ryan’s tenure as House speaker should be used to take a measure of his efforts to bring civility to politics, including how he helped members learn to laugh together.
Even as a tilted election further erodes its democracy, Hungary also sees a rise in corruption. The latter trend will someday help restore full rights and liberties.
As the world’s two largest economies slap new tariffs on each other, they also are forced to look at their common interest in nurturing innovation. That may help drive both to a truce.