A Political and Literary Forum
Thailand has been gripped by the largest wave of protest in years, forcing a reckoning between the country’s dual structures of democracy and monarchy.
Refugee camps, intended to be temporary, host people for an average of 12 years.
Elizabeth Cullen Dunn
It is becoming impossible to ignore the growing theocratic elements in a nation that sees itself as the only democracy in the Middle East.
The politics of effective altruism.
The Director of Research at Giving What We Can responds to Emily Clough.
Angus Deaton replies to Agnes Binagwaho.
Rwanda’s minister of health responds to our recent forum, "The Logic of Effective Altruism."
“Effective altruism,” the philanthropic movement founded on Peter Singer’s ideas, applies a consequentialist philosophy to the problem of global poverty.
A minimally acceptable ethical life involves using a substantial part of one’s spare resources to make the world a better place.
At USAID there’s one simple thing you can commit to: no famine.
Alex de Waal
The legacy of the Gaza flotilla incident, five years later.
The identity of a nation lies in its borders.
Santiago Zabala, Søren Tinning
On one of the largest peaceful protest movements in recent world history.
Guobin Yang, Ran Liu
Vital reading on politics, literature, and more in your inbox
Andrew L. Croxford
Samuel Miller McDonald
Jonathan M. Metzl
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