Rudyard Kipling once described its residents as living “on salmon and great and increasing expectations.”
Marielle Franco’s story is striking chords with constituents around Rio de Janeiro. Can she turn her experiences into policy?
She’s a veteran with seats on three bumpin’ committees in Congress. Quite the résumé for a 34-year-old from Hawaii.
Trade, Asia and U.S. leadership go hand in hand, argues former CIA chief John McLaughlin.
Separated from his family, 15-year-old refugee Hussain Raza fled persecution at home and somehow lived to tell his story.
A whole lot could go disastrously wrong this year, from the end of the EU to North Korea and nukes.
The struggle for hearts and minds is playing out in melodramatic fashion.
OZY examines what’s next for Russia if Vladimir Putin suddenly departs the scene. Kirill Shamalov probably has a big advantage — he married Putin’s daughter.
OZY co-founder and CEO Carlos Watson on where the U.S. presidential campaign goes from here.
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After ex–CIA director John Brennan testified about possible Russian interference in the U.S. election, we turned to another former CIA chief, OZY’s own John McLaughlin, for clarity.
Shifting environmental metrics from production to consumption totally changes how we apportion responsibility.