The debate about Angela Merkel's successor shows that her CDU party is lacking in powerful women to take the party forward. As strange as it seems, her party still has a long way to go to achieve gender equality.
Mexico's socialist president is deluded if he thinks he can turn the clock back and restore his vision of the welfare state.
Shortages of medical supplies are already hitting in the northern city of Turin, in Italy, which is by far the worst hit European country from the COVID-19 coronavirus.
A new Vienna-Brussels line has just opened, while in France only two night lines still exist, compared to a dozen ten years ago.
After the killing of nine in the western German town of Hanau, it is clear the state must do more to crack down. But the responsibility extends much farther.
An experimental listening booth in Buenos Aires provides people a comfortable space to give honest feedback — alone and in anonymity.
"Where do we go to die, when we have lived thousands of lifetimes in a world that was not made for us?"
Allowing Beijing to have a hand in the new, faster mobile network would entail significant risks. But in Germany, debate about 5G is also a question of who you like more: China or the U.S.
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-Analysis- PARIS — In his most recent book, Chine, le Grand Paradoxe (China, the Great Paradox), Jean-Pierre Raffarin reminds us that, "the key to diplomacy is reciprocal respect." Prime ...
Expect use of blockchain, the digital record-keeping system, to become generalized this year in banks and elsewhere.
The tendency to compress language belongs not only to humans, but also to this particular African penguin species' way of communication.
Sharing food and Spanish-style snacking are trending in Buenos Aires, as cash-conscious, younger customers tire of the standard restaurant fare and a big bill
While there are significant supply chain concerns across sectors in the short-term, others see this as yet another distant opportunity to take some business away from China.
Greta Thunberg tapped into an growing area of scholarship when she wrote recently that to save the planet, we first need to dismantle "colonial, racist, and patriarchal systems of oppression."
Nine years after the Jan. 25 popular revolution that overthrew President Hosni Mubarak, so much of the hopes failed to materialize. But not everything.
It may seem like a pipe dream. And it would certainly cost a lot, especially in a large capital city like Bogotá. But providing fare-free public transport could also be transformative.
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