Environmental justice may seem like a predominantly American issue, but its global reach threatens the well-being of people everywhere.
In Argentina, the 43rd Memorial Day for Truth and Justice remembers those killed by a military dictatorship, and asks about Western involvement in the genocide.
The U.S. is facing the new realities of the changing face of war. In this brave new world, aircraft carriers may be phased out of the military use.
Bernie Sanders looks to right the wrongs of his 2016 campaign. His first major change: his foreign policy has become radically centrist.
On May 20, 2018, Nicolás Maduro was re-elected to be the Venezuelan President. However, due to the lack of perceived legitimacy, Juan Guaidó also claimed legitimacy and declared himself president. Since that date, the Venezuelan government has been in a state of confusion for nine months. As time has progressed, the living conditions for Venezuelans has gotten worse.
Under the auspices of a growing North Korean missile program, the second Trump-Kim summit threatens to define East-West relations for decades.
The uneasiness at Davos spread to world leaders this year, as the meeting’s most important absentee, Seth A. Klarman, broadcast a negative outlook for global economic prospects.