TRAVEL

The OZY Top 25: Each week we share an irresistible vacation hideaway, chosen by OZY staff.

Can These Creative Taxes Catch Up With a Changing World?

Nations are responding in creative, if not necessarily optimal, ways to cultural and technological shifts while implementing new tax schemes.

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.

Want to Work From an Island in 2021?

Remote workers could prove the new lifeblood for travel-starved tourist destinations.

Can Weird-Looking Planes Save the Planet?

The shape of passenger airplanes has remained largely the same since the 1950s.

OZY TV

Real Talk Real Change

Compelling conversations on race to meet the moment.

The Woman Who Survived Two Years Alone in the Arctic

Think a solitary lockdown is bad? It could be worse.

Loving It Like a Local: Cape Town!

When the world opens again, and it will, you'll have a list of places you will hit with a vengeance.

Palestinians Are Breaking Lockdown to Go to the Beach

After months of lockdown, many are braving danger for a glimpse of the ocean.

A Pandemic Tourism Pivot From Cool to Wellness

As Georgia reopens to tourists, super-hip hotel chief Valeri Chekheria is playing up health and eco-tourism.

Brace Yourself for a Weak US Passport

The pandemic is accelerating an earlier trend — of overseas travel becoming harder for American citizens.

Butterfly Effect: China Doublespeak Will Backfire on America

The Trump administration wants to woo ordinary Chinese and Iranian citizens — while restricting their entry to America.

OZY PODCAST

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.

How Estonians Kiik Ass: One Extreme Swing Sport at a Time

Who could have guessed that generations of kids getting pushed on swings while screaming “Higher!” would lead to an extreme sport.

Colombia's Bikers Reclaim Mountain Trails Once Ruled by Rebels

The end of a decades-long conflict is sparking a boom in mountain biking, allowing cyclists to take back tracts that were no-go zones.

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