State Capital Protests Fizzle, Guardsmen Vetted

They were armed and ready. But the much-feared demonstrations resisting President Donald Trump’s election loss were a “non-event,” said one Pennsylvania official. National Guard...

Biden Plans Executive Orders, Trump a Pardoning Spree

Transition is coming. On Wednesday, President-elect Joe Biden will take office, planning to hit the ground running with executive orders reversing “the gravest damages of the...

Navalny Locked Up Upon Return to Moscow

Poking the bear is his thing. Russian dissident Alexei Navalny, who barely survived an August poisoning blamed on the Kremlin, returned to Moscow from Germany yesterday, only to...

China’s Economy Actually Grew in 2020

Is it winning the pandemic? As most of the world (aside from investors) struggles with a global economy sickened by COVID-19, China’s gross domestic product rose 6.5 percent in...


Smell the Coffee: Middle East Women Brew Silent Revolution

From baristas to roasters and judges to quality experts, women are reshaping the industry in the conservative region.

Butterfly Effect: Why Europe Is Snubbing Biden

It was supposed to a reunion of best friends after a four-year separation.

India’s Dirty Arctic Energy Hunt

The world’s third-biggest polluter says it will surpass its Paris climate accord commitments.

She’s Using the Quran to Fight the Patriarchy

The Pink Hijab Initiatives, launched by Khadija Omari Kayanda, is guiding hundreds of Muslim women in business careers, a daring act in Tanzania.


Real Talk Real Change

Compelling conversations on race to meet the moment.

Your Guide for When Travel Returns

Today’s Sunday Magazine is a deep dive into what’s next for the world of travel in the year ahead.

Konnichiwa, Africa: Japanese VCs Flood Continent Dominated by China

For years, China has dominated funding on the African continent.

This Startup Star Is the New Face of Saudi Arabia

Adwa Al Dakheel, 28, is fostering the next generation of Saudi entrepreneurs as one of the kingdom's biggest innovators.

A New Martial Art Keeps Cult Leader’s Teachings Alive

The fast-growing martial art of OZYMA, promoted by Umesh Rohit, is based on the teachings of the controversial religious leader Osho.

The Potential Oscar Film That’s Too Hot for the Nigerian Government

Filmmaker Desmond Ovbiagele is pressing on after Nigerian government censors slashed key scenes from his Oscar-contending film, 'The Milkmaid.


When Katty Met Carlos

From the BBC and OZY comes a fresh perspective on the debate about America’s future as a nation and its relation to the world during the 2020 US election.

Butterfly Effect: The Saharan Quicksand Biden Can't Avoid

President Trump's recent deals with Morocco and Sudan are a lose-lose legacy Biden will inherit.

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