One way to mitigate the problem of socioeconomic inequality is by resolving the disparity in the quality of education.
By Joe Choe
Kurdistan could be a viable state, but independence from Iraq would be no panacea for the instability caused by ISIS.
Iraq isn’t South Vietnam, but some of the same dynamics are driving U.S. policy.
By Wright Smith
From the Magazine
World Refugee Day serves as a grim reminder of the numerous ongoing struggles that have caused the greatest number of refugees in modern history.
At a time when the Spanish monarchy could have unified Spaniards, it is now more unpopular and divisive than it has ever been.
"Public opinion considers a leader’s private life to be a critical factor for the leader’s approval...But should the public care about the private life of a leader?"
Recent fights between the Prime Minister and the Bank of Japan could counteract Abenomics and hinder a tenuous economic recovery.
How direct democracy in Switzerland is leading to anti-E.U. sentiments.