Around the World

Can Libya’s Fragile Peace Survive Fresh Cracks?

Internal divisions within Libya’s government threaten to spark a fresh political crisis in the war-torn nation.
Around the World

Butterfly Effect: “Law and Order” at Home, “Let it Burn” Abroad

Look beyond America's borders, and Trump’s message heading into November is the exact opposite of what he's peddling domestically.
News + Politics

Life Beyond Kim: Meet the Dictator's Most Trusted Adviser

Ri Su Yong is perhaps the most experienced North Korean in dealing with the West.
News + Politics

Darfur Still Bleeds, With or Without al-Bashir

Omar al-Bashir is finally heading to the ICC to stand trial for genocide, yet the people of Darfur continue to suffer.

The Carlos Watson Show

The Carlos Watson Show brings bold, impactful conversations with culture-defining celebrities, intellectual pioneers and changemakers, spotlighting the voices you need to hear to make sense of this important time in American history.
The New + the Next

Will the World's Virus-Hit Nonprofits Get a Bailout?

The proudly independent first line of defense for the world's most vulnerable, nonprofits are now turning to governments for help.
News + Politics

What Aung San Suu Kyi Saw: Myanmar's Leader Heads to The Hague

In a new twist, the former Nobel Peace Prize winner is defending an alleged genocide.
The New + the Next

He's Sowing the Seeds of 'Green Jihad'

Odeh Rashid al-Jayyousi, the United Nations’ first ecotheologian, is linking Islam with environmentalism.
News + Politics

Forget the G-7 — the Real Summits Are on the Sidelines

The world’s biggest summits are turning into speed-dating meetups for global leaders.
The New + the Next

The Woman Who’s Given Dignity Back to 70,000 Refugees

Amina Hagi Elmi is taking care of women’s oft-forgotten sanitary needs, as Somalia’s refugee crisis swells.

The Weekender

OZY Tribe members near and far provide delicious recommendations for your valuable weekend time.
News + Politics

Greta Thunberg Sets Sail for America Amid Rising Tide of Criticism

The teenager is an inspiration for climate movement but also a lightning rod for criticism.
Around the World

Refugee Ripple Effect: The ‘Send Them Back’ Strategy Is Spreading

Nations are increasingly violating international law and returning refugees to war zones.

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