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Departure of a South Asian

#767 ( 17-23 July 2015 )
Beena Sarwar
Indian journalist and activist Praful Bidwai will be missed

It’s governance, stupid

#752 ( 3-9 April 2015 )
Pradumna B Rana And Chia-yi Lee
Lee Kuan Yew’s main legacy is to prove that leadership is an important ingredient for prosperity

Mitigating disaster

#719 ( 8-14 August 2014 )
Thelma Mejia
A global warming mitigation plan has reduced the chance of landslides in the Honduran capital of Tegucigalpa.

The battle of single mothers

#715 ( 11-17 July 2014 )
Amantha Perera

Schnitzel or Asado?

#715 ( 11-17 July 2014 )
World cup finalists benefit from new recipe for success

World Cup ads that make you sick

#714 ( 4-10 July 2014 )
FIFA has a responsibility to ensure that the tournament’s viewers are not receiving a message that could make them sick.

The beautiful mirage

#712 ( 20-26 June 2014 )
Marcela Mora y Araujo
It is unreasonable to expect a World Cup by itself to guarantee political and social change

The best World Cup ever? It looks like so

#712 ( 20-26 June 2014 )
Shobhan Saxena
As the ball is rolling across the country, the world’s biggest sporting spectacle is turning into the best World Cup ever.

In goal we trust

#711 ( 13-19 June 2014 )
Shobhan Saxena
When the biggest football show comes home, there is excitement.

When football comes home

#710 ( 6-12 June 2014 )
Shobhan Saxena
Excitement. Hope. Protests. Hype. It’s all happening in Brazil as the world’s top 32 teams arrive for the FIFA World Cup

Rwanda's rebirth

#701 ( 4-10 April 2014 )
Louise Mushikiwabo

Putin the Great

#700 ( 28 March-3 April 2014 )
Dominique Moisi
The European Union may have found the new narrative and momentum that it has sought since the fall of the Berlin Wall

Water, water, everywhere

#698 ( 14-20 March 2014 )
Hazel Henderson
Let’s now green our desert areas

Can Ukraine Be Saved?

#695 ( 21-27 February 2014 )
Yevhen Bystrytsky
Any hope for an end to the country’s deepening civil disorder appears to be fading fast.

No boomlet babies in the east

#691 ( 24-30 January 2014 )
Joseph Chamie
China’s one-child policy lifted living standards, but set a hard-to-reverse trend of demographic decline

The Path to Altruism

#688 ( 3-9 January 2014 )
Matthieu Ricard
As mankind now tries to solve new, global challenges, we must also find new ways to cooperate. The basis for this cooperation must be altruism.

The internet’s rescue act

#686 ( 20-26 December 2013 )
Mark Turin
Skype, YouTube, and WordPress connect and preserve language diversity around the world

In the eyes of the beholder

#682 ( 22-28 November 2013 )
Snippets from the foreign press on Nepal’s 19 November elections

Old, but handy

#670 ( 23-29 August 2013 )
Matthies Weitzal and Christine Merk
Deposit schemes could help promote recycling of used mobile devices

Strangers in a strange land

#669 ( 16-22 August 2013 )
Peter Sutherland
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