Sarun, a cab driver in Qatar, had not been paid in nearly four months. His family back home in Nepal desperately needed the money. He hadn't been home in two years, and his boss controlled his passport. All Sarun could do was wait.
Technology's forward march will require us to reconsider and even rewrite the rules of war.
A personal account of how the largest and most important trade agreement in world history finally got done.
We live in an “age of connection,” which is to say what, exactly? In the last twenty years, globalization and technological advances have improved the quality of life for many and given rise to voices traditionally shut out. It has also contributed to inequality, insecurity, and a creeping sense of instability.
As Hungary’s leader stamps out democratic freedoms, the EU searches for the tools to respond. Can a dictatorship be born in the EU?
A former revolutionary and a Chinese billionaire have teamed up to build a second Panama Canal, this time in Nicaragua. Like the first one, it’s a colonial venture.
What explains the resurgence in Siberian regionalism in recent years, and what implications does it have for Putin’s Russia?