Cap and Gone: The Syrian College Student Who Had to Abandon His Degree

“In the weeks just before my final year would end, the violence came to Aleppo. It got really, really violent just three days before final exams, and the university shut down without warning.”

Camel Bells and Smoky Deserts

China’s plan to invigorate the deserts of Central Asia with capital from the East poses some risks but could largely benefit the region

Raising the Green Lantern

Examining potential for cooperation between China and India on emissions reduction and green technology

Rumble in the Jungle: The Refugees of Calais

France’s action to clear the refugee camp in Calais echoes history and will not solve any of the underlying issues causing the refugee crisis

It’s Good to be Caliph

The Islamic State has stolen the show from al Qaeda. So what’s al Qaeda’s plan?

HPRgument: The Zika Epidemic

Examining the breadth of today’s most talked-about public health crisis.