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The fast pace of cities is starting to drive younger Japanese generations back to rural living.
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Democrats are trying to use Trump’s immigration policy as a weapon against a popular Republican incumbent.
Benin’s software developers once had to cross borders to access the internet. Now, they’re planning to show Francophone Africa a path to startup success.
A Trump-defending Dem who opposed an assault weapons ban rivals a pro-labor Republican incumbent in Illinois.
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Get ready to pay more for e-cigarettes, smart home devices and electric bikes when new tariffs go into effect.
Technology allowed cheap knockoffs to undermine traditional Laotian textiles. Now it’s helping female weavers build a future like never before.
Kenya’s counties, once dependent on the federal government, are now attracting investors on their own to develop local economies.
American sports camps are taking root in Nigeria, tapping new markets and talent — and helping the country’s youth.
Exclusive OZY and SurveyMonkey poll: Over a third of Americans don’t see military service as a form of patriotism.
After liberalizing the country’s energy markets, Argentina’s government may be taking a step back.