When it comes to human health and the planet's well-being, certain activities are simply untenable. Researchers also know that self-regulation never works.
-Essay- NEW DELHI — I'm convinced Prime Minister Narendra Modi and I have one thing in common: We both practice our version of yoga regularly and desperately want to be yogis. Sure, the ...
The crush of migrants trying to flee Venezuela is only part of what makes the border region so chaotic. There's also a dangerous power struggle between guerillas and criminal gangs.
CAIRO — If Egypt's daily newspapers are your only source of news, you might have woken up Tuesday to discover that a citizen by the name of Mohamed Morsi al-Ayat died yesterday during a court ...
This shot dates back from the very first of my 11 trips to Greece. My wife (whom you can see in the car) and I had driven our Simca Aronde from France through Italy, then onto a ferry, and up the ...
Though seductive as pure financial innovation, Facebook's crypto currency project risks a concentration of power that must be stopped at all costs.
The author grew up in the city. On a recent trip back, he finds the Slovenian capital revitalized in a way he'd dreamed about during his youth.
NEW DELHI — While growing up we were subjected, like most school-going children in this country, to rather boring texts in class. The texts were taught by teachers who were even less ...
Social media dialogue and reader comments on news stories suggest that the far-right's xenophobic rhetoric resonates for immigrants.
Coca leaf is part of the traditional fare of Andean people. So it is "absurd" and wasteful for Colombia to ban its cultivation to hinder cocaine production.
A new study shows Germany must look for other ways to convince automobile buyers to switch to electric cars. Shall we say: quota?
Beyond the geopolitical ramifications, what's happening in Sudan is our problem too. Between the violence from those in charge and the meaning of citizen movements, the stakes couldn't be higher.
Overproduction has become a blight not just to the planet, but to profitability itself. It's time for economics to revise its idea of the cost-benefit relationship.
To survive and prosper, large firms must have adaptable leaders and constantly revise targets and performance.
By distinguishing between refugees and migrants, international law underestimates the plight of people displaced by poverty and climate change.
A recent trip to Caracas showed a city where many people continue to function for better or worse, and where the rich are still living large.
I was not at Tiananmen those weeks in the spring 1989, when thousands of students occupied the square, demanding more room in a modernizing China. Nor was I there in those horrid hours between the ...
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