Rwanda's horrific genocide and the lack of media coverage that surrounded it are discussed with Alfredo Jaar in an interview. Alfredo Jaar is a Chilean-born artist, architect, and filmmaker.
Sovereignty has always been a saleable commodity for the rulers. It has not been able to free itself from the clutches of sale transactions.
With the advent of a new year, G20 countries need to recognize some legitimate concerns against the widely accepted notion of globalization.
The legacy of Michelle Obama is historical. As the First Lady, her last official words yet again encouraged the people of the United States to embrace diversity with open arms.
Putin's silence on the recent expulsion of Russian diplomats by the Obama administration might signal a shift in the acrimonious relationship shared by the two. But how?
White House policies have had minimal impact on global warming and climate change. The real deal is the shift in America's position in international affairs.
Russian ambassador Karlov was gunned down at a public event by Mevlut Mert Altintas. But will this affect Turkey's relations with Russia?
With the welcome of António Guterres as the new United Secretary General, the Latin American diplomats are also ready with a long list of demands.
The analysis of the Arctic winter in 2016 points out to an unusual event of climate change due to increased human influence through greenhouse emission which needs to be curtailed.
China has recently launched a new satellite with a unique feature of sending information using quantum physics. But is this a revolution in the world of communication?
Students in South Africa are protesting to decrease the education fees. What happens with the potent mixture of student and politics?
Is the popular narrative on immigration for host nations, a one-sided affair to support protectionist propaganda?
What makes Costa Rica, a picturesque country sandwiched between the Pacific and the Caribbean Sea, the happiest and greenest in the world?
When it comes to environmental changes, the global environmental researches focus more on the resources but what about the absence of humans?
Good news: Carbon emissions have barely grown despite the global economic growth for the third year in a row
The decoupling of carbon emissions from global economic growth is good news. However, no-growth in emissions still needs to be transformed into actual declines.
Can the Paris Agreement reach its target of large and sustained emission reductions?
While linking the food and culture of a place, the article dwells into a deep discussion about the Mediterranean diet.
South Australian President wants to conduct a non-binding nuclear plebiscite. Is it feasible in this situation?
The oceans have experienced great oxygen declines in the past, human actions, higher water temperatures and continued inputs from urban areas, are in large part responsible for the present changes.