The US incarcerates more people than any other nation, and it’s not making citizens any safer. Prison rates in the US are the highest in the world, with over 2.3 million people incarcerated — a 500% increase from over the past four decades. Of those arrests, people struggling with drug...
In July 2019, Argentina designated Hezbollah a terrorist organization, accusing the Lebanese Shia group of deadly attacks against the Israeli Embassy and a Jewish community center in Buenos Aires in the 1990s.
The tiny state of Djibouti is strategically located along the Bab al-Mandab strait, bringing with it myriad geopolitical opportunities and challenges.
In Syria’s northwestern province of Idlib, hundreds of thousands of civilians are trapped in what the UN has described as an unfolding humanitarian disaster.
Home to the tallest building in the world, Dubai has made a name for itself globally as a business, finance and tourism hub. CNBC looks at how it became so rich.
Boris Johnson is on course to become the next British prime minister. But, according to The Economist, he could be a dangerous leader.
Three months into General Khalifa Haftar’s westward offensive, militias aligned with the UN-recognized Government of National Accord have slowed down the Libyan National Army’s advance on Tripoli.
In the first debate for the Democratic primaries, Joe Biden was challenged by Kamala Harris over his past. The Washington Post looks at Biden’s history on busing for schools.
The World Bank Group’s Mahmoud Mohieldin believes innovative financing and partnerships are needed to meet the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. Countries that have invested in human capital, infrastructure and decent systems of social protection have made more progress than others in...