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.
In the mid-1990s, many academics declared an end to the nation-state. Twenty years later, the influence of the state over daily life is more extensive than ever.
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.
Political comedy is used to persuade and bond likeminded groups together, while publicly ridicule the outsiders — that's true whether you're Jon Stewart or ISIS.
For Marshall Islanders in the United States, cultural misunderstandings have curdled into exploitation, raising difficult questions about America’s immigration and integration policies.
As Congress considers a budget that would cut funding for family planning, it’s worth remembering the difficulties that many women face in accessing contraceptives — and why that access is so important.