Today marks the 70th anniversary of the ‘People’s Republic of China’, and protests in Hong Kong are exposing the cracks in the regime.
No1 NGO worldwide for the last four years, Bangladeshi charity BRAC is now encountering a problem that few charities face – what happens when you achieve your goals? This is the story of how a Bangladeshi charity made Bangladesh richer, and what they will do next.
A lack of medium-sized spacesuits highlights women’s needs in the workplace. A Place for Women in Space — Foreign Policy
Trump is mulling new auto tariffs that could send the global economy into a tailspin. Trans-Atlantic Trade Is Headed Toward Disaster — Foreign Policy
Trump should dial back the admonishment and offer allies the chance to unite over common purpose. NATO Needs Solidarity for Its 70th Birthday — Foreign Policy
The future will be determined by a handful of big questions that don’t yet have answers. 5 Very Important Things About the World Nobody Knows — Foreign Policy
The children of slain Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi have received million-dollar houses in the kingdom and five-figure monthly payments as compensation for the killing of their father, according to the Washington Post. 556 more words Khashoggi’s children expected to receive millions in ‘blood money’ —
“No country can succeed alone in reversing the worrying trends that we face in our Oceans today. For the past two years, we have shown that we will only achieve safe and sustainably managed oceans through diplomacy, common rules and international cooperation. There are many challenges ahead. For this reason, the EU will continue to […]…
As the campaigns for the European Parliament get underway, some of the traditional lines that formerly divided left, right, and center are shifting, making it harder to easily categorize political parties. In Italy, a right-wing coalition calls for a guaranteed income, larger pensions, and resistance to the heavy-handed austerity programs enforced by the European Union […]…
Negotiations involving a broad group that represents all of Afghanistan—not just its senior politicians—are the only way to achieve a lasting settlement. The Afghan Government Can’t Make Peace With the Taliban on Its Own — Foreign Policy