An OZY investigation reveals a pattern of high-spending, shadowy political advertisers using a web of previously unreported loopholes in Facebook’s transparency rules to turbocharge the image of Modi as a leader enjoying near-invincible online popularity.
At a time the demand for coconut products is exploding in the developed world, an OZY investigation from the Philippines and Indonesia finds that the 8 million smallholder farmers growing the fruit in the world’s two biggest coconut exporting countries are — far from benefiting — actually hurting.
Rising conservatism and a shortage of doctors are combining to turn the surgeon's table into a theater of violence against women in Croatia.
OZY Investigation: Psychologists of color are twice as likely as White peers to fail the profession's entry level test, because of a series of biases.
Compelling conversations on race to meet the moment.
Mexicans are increasingly facing their own opioid crisis.
An OZY investigation uncovers that the South bears the burden of America’s trash, from carcinogenic radioactive waste to toxic coal ash and trains of sewage.
Slave markets are sprouting up across eastern Uganda, capitalizing on poverty and recent droughts.
Outdated regulations are forcing a choice between love and social security.
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.
An OZY analysis of nearly 400 House candidates shows that many follow in Stacey Abrams’ footsteps.