Executives have the most financial power and influence over their industries, so they have access to the information and resources to make water scarcity less of a problem in the future.
The prospects for peace in Afghanistan will remain distant for as long as the Taliban own the entire political apparatus.
Following a punishing year, many US farmers see little reason for optimism. Now, the war in Ukraine has brought a new element of uncertainty.
The game of emulation between cultures that seek to impose the idea of being opposites can turn them into identical twins.
In times of intense propaganda, it can be useful to imagine what people think but never print.
The crisis of US media in a democracy has reached a tipping point requiring new strategies for readers of the news.
When the broad range of women’s experiences is not acknowledged, the feminist movement remains incomplete.
Historic ties, military equipment, geopolitical imperatives and a trust deficit between Indian and American ruling parties lie behind India’s UN abstentions.