A cure for Ebola will depend on social and political interests of the developed world.
Scientists continue to warn us about global warming, but most of us have a vested interest in not wanting to think about it.
Biased media coverage and intimidation of journalists helped Erdoğan to a landslide victory in Turkey’s first direct presidential election.
While unhappy with the US dollar’s status as the world’s reserve currency, there are no credible rivals.
Ahron Bregman’s account of nearly five decades of Israeli occupation is hard-hitting and rich in telling details.
BRICS leaders are starting to think about creating an alternative to the Bretton Woods liberal order. Can it work?
A new book by French economist Thomas Piketty kicks off an important debate on inequality.
License on Transfer (LOT) is “a new kind of royalty-free cross-license” network designed to fix the broke patent system.
The human toll of the US’s covert aerial war in Pakistan is exposed.