A Political and Literary Forum
After twenty years of electoral dominance by the African National Congress, are South African politics finally becoming competitive?
In the face of Putin's rejection of democracy, Europe’s democrats must underscore the importance of the EU’s norms: social justice, sustainability, diplomacy, diversity, and freedom of movement.
A recording of their debate at the Unlearning Violence conference.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership and the downside to free trade.
The failure of institutions in São Paulo has paved the way for an ethic of organized crime.
Graham Denyer Willis
It is easy, but wrong, to see development in terms of 'genes for X' or a nature/nurture balance.
An Interview with Activist and Intellectual Yassin al-Haj Saleh
Danny Postel, Nader Hashemi, Yassin al-Haj Saleh
The U.S. is funding development in restive Northern Nigeria, but soft power isn't blunting anti-American sentiments.
In a rich country famous for giving its citizens everything, the bidoun are citizens of nowhere.
Christian weddings are on the rise in China, even among non-believers.
In 1978, Afghanistan had achieved food security for a population of 15 million. Today, Afghanistan is extremely dependent on aid and imports.
Graciana del Castillo
Four years after the devastating earthquake in January 2010, despite billions of dollars in aid, the housing crisis persists.
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Anna Romina Guevarra
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