Hertog Foundation

Real Cooperation on Climate Change?

The recent U.S.-China deal could pave the way for a broader agreement on climate change.

Decision Time: Uruguay’s Presidential Elections

Voting in one of its closest elections in recent years, Uruguay is facing a fork in the road between a state-guided economy and a conservative, smaller government.

Reconceptualizing Needles

How Southeast Asian drug policy hurts the fight against AIDS

The Persistence of Pilgrimage

“From my experiences walking the Camino de Santiago, I have directed my political decisions, beliefs, and actions.”

September, In Pursuit of Kurdistan

A journey along Turkey’s ragged edge.

The Future of France’s Far Right

How Marine Le Pen might lead France’s National Front to electoral success.