The border of Colombia and Venezuela has become a lawless land where people are kidnaped and killed with impunity.
Robert Frank, who died last week at the age of 94, was one of the true giants in the history of photography. Known first and foremost for his 1958 book The Americans, a raw, all-encompassing ...
China's "social scoring" system, with punishments for nonconformist actions and rewards for good behavior, changes human interaction. Germans know a thing or two about the high stakes of privacy protection.
There are plenty of reasons for pessimism. But we also need to keep trying — and hoping — for ways to cooperate across continents.
China is setting up a naval base in Djibouti. Could it do the same in Latin America? Depends on the scope and scale of its growing economic interests in the region.
It's taken the powerful prime minister just 100 days into his second term to compromise the federation's basic foundation.
It's easy to fault Jair Bolsonaro for his apparent indifference to the unfolding environmental disaster in Brazil. But there's plenty of blame to go around.
BEIRUT — Located in the heart of Beirut's vibrant Hamra Street, an area that served as a hub for intellectuals in the 1960s and 1970s, Metro al-Madina is an independent theater company and ...
The war on drugs continues to feed the flames of violence in Colombia, even in this so-called "post-conflict" period.
Some of the recent racist mass killers were also worried about the degradation of the environment. It's part of a old twisted ideology that mixes love of nature and xenophobia.
ISTANBUL — One of the more prestigious duties for the pilots of the Turkish Air Forces during the Cold War years was the "nuclear watch." The four main air bases in Turkey had been housing ...
Working from home is more and more common in French companies as the perks need no longer to be listed. Still, some workers constantly worry about accounting for their days away from the office.
Indian wartime experience not only contributed to making the country and her institutions what they are today but offers lessons that still have significant validity.
The FARC, a segment of which is now reneging on its peace-deal commitments, should never have been trusted in the first place, writes Colombian columnist Saúl Hernández.
Economic storm clouds are gathering on the horizon. But just because everyone's talking about it doesn't mean governments are ready to deal with it — in fact, quite the opposite.
Digitalization does not spare the banking sector. In the era of artificial intelligence and algorithms, the bank must know how to reinvent itself and put digital technology at the service of humans.
CAIRO — "Take care and hopefully see you soon. :)" I end the short letter to my family with a few requests for items to bring on their next visit, then hand it to one of my cellmates to ...
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