Our era of authoritarian rulers and "alternative facts" makes the guiding light of philosophy more vital than ever.
Ground has been broken on the signature domestic project of the Chinese leader's next term. It is meant to be a massive model city of innovation, forever linked to Xi's Chinese Dream.
Béatrix Saule knows the Palace like the back of her hand. About to retire, she tells all — from introducing vacuums to handling selfies problems, to her “views” on contemporary art.
Thinking of death is inherent to being human. Technological advances, like so many human activities, reflect our desire to avoid it. But that may all be bound to change.
Because the narcissist boom, the symptom of our times, will never give access to the desire and the secret of the being. Screenwriting your life online will never stem anxiety.
Ahead of next year's presidential election, where Vladimir Putin will seek a fourth term, young people in Russia are divided over the country's future.
It wasn't long ago that Turkey was a nation envied around the world for growing freedoms and a growing economy. Things have changed fast.
Riding their bicycles along the banks of the Po river last Sunday, a university professor and his wife came upon a scene that caught their attention.
Three months before the French presidential election, Worldcrunch’s Marc Alves imagined the two possible outcomes for our True Fiction series. Enlightening reads, particularly in hindsight.
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