Capitalism’s endgame of harvesting the future is in play, now that markets value children’s attention as more valuable for revenue than for learning. There are possible solutions if we can first acknowledge the problem. A review of Dr. Susan Linn...
The Taliban have made their shaky government even shakier by perpetrating violence and cruelty indiscriminately. This has caused public trust in their political leadership to decline.
Women are chafing against intrusive restrictions. Young women and men worry about lack of opportunities and well-paying jobs, making marriage difficult. Resentment is on the rise and the regime faces a rocky ride.
By spreading its nationalist ideology, Germany’s far-right party is trying to appeal to the strong sense of home and belonging among many members of the country’s minorities and capitalize on this electorally.
Islamic radicalization, insurgency and patriarchy have allowed powerful Kashmiri men to label women who spoke out during the #MeToo movement as pro-India collaborators. None of these men has been brought to justice or investigated.
Most reports and news coverage about female terrorists are patronizing. They assume that women are victims instead of individuals who chose to resort to violence. A better understanding of what drives women to violence would help counter violent extremism.
After the Supreme Court’s monumental decision to overrule Roe v Wade, states may now ban abortion in the US, raising a moral question that lies at the heart of the country’s culture wars.