OZY Genius Award Winner Aidan McCarty thought it was better to light a candle than to curse the darkness, so he did: Meet ePluribus.
Trade, Asia and U.S. leadership go hand in hand, argues former CIA chief John McLaughlin.
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.
The ultimate melting pot? It’s not the U.S. Or even Germany. Can the nation of smorgasbords welcome diversity at the proverbial national table?
Former President Bill Clinton identifies two keys to moving the country past incessant political gridlock.
Ramzan Kadyrov may be forcing Chechens to fight for Russia in Ukraine, and the covert operations could have significant and dangerous consequences.
Long a beacon for lefties around the world, Denmark may be losing its egalitarian luster.
Never mind the blather. Now that the horse race is over, Ozy’s Emily Cadei reveals the real ponies to watch.
In Dallas, Trans.lation is trying to take art outside of the downtown scene.
the best of the rest
- Politics & Power
The first impeachment of an American president grew out of a precipitous personnel move.
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.
- Fast Forward
Here’s how a shrinking state is paving the future of building.
- Rising Stars
Senator Jose Reguffe is promoting transparency and political reform as a way forward.