Defunding the U.N. would be self-defeating — and end up costing the U.S. bigly.
Prashant Jha’s long and deep understanding of life in Nepal could pay serious dividends for anyone still interested in what it means in modern terms to be a Maoist.
Trade, Asia and U.S. leadership go hand in hand, argues former CIA chief John McLaughlin.
When tons of people far away are reported dead and you just want a snack, there’s a reason (other than character deficit) for your lack of empathy.
Serbia, Bosnia and their neighbors aren’t afraid to get down and dirty with big coal-energy projects.
It’s not a shark or a box jellyfish. It’s been lost for 60 years. And some think it’s armed and dangerous.
If you thought the Chunnel was a nutty notion, you ain’t seen nothing yet.
Meet the Latin American libertarian leader who wants to use Colombia’s peace process to un-ban almost every drug you can think of.
OZY co-founder and CEO Carlos Watson on where the U.S. presidential campaign goes from here.
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Without NATO security guarantees, Georgia and Ukraine have every reason to be worried.
Shifting environmental metrics from production to consumption totally changes how we apportion responsibility.
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Millennials in Central and Eastern Europe once considered the West a beacon. No longer.
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When the audio of Ronald Reagan making an off-air “bombing” joke leaked, the Soviets were not amused.