Looking Back | Moving Forward
Even as new technologies help people come together to cope with current problems, the lessons of a less-connected past can give us vital perspectives on the challenges that remain with us today.
Refugees and the Technology of Exile
Apps, real-time translation services, and other online tools are helping Syrians and other refugees in Turkey forge new lives for themselves.
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Souvenirs and Memory: The Meaning of Lost Family Photos
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Can Europe Innovate a Way Out of Its “Lost Decade”?
However you look at it, much of Europe has experienced a lost decade. With austerity, high debts, slow growth, and limited ability to reinvest in a middle class, how can Europe regain its footing?
Pariah: Can Hannah Arendt Help Us Rethink Our Global Refugee Crisis?
Camps and pariahs are still with us. They have never been more numerous.
Living on the New Frontier
What happened when the United States hoped to build an urban idyll in Colombia?