The United States should mediate between warring parties in the Tigray region.
To address global shortages of personal protective equipment amid COVID-19, countries ought to consider a wealth tax.
Fires in Brazil's wetlands are damaging biodiversity, harming ecosystems and affecting indigenous people.
Focusing on the environmental effects of the Palestine-Israeli conflict may help permeate the century-long stalemate.
Fellow Matt Slade analyzes the cause of growing extremism in Africa's Sahel region and potential solutions to the instability.
In China, more than one million people are being detained indefinitely, without trial or access to lawyers, on suspicion of extremism based upon their ethnic identity. Fellow Bennett Rine explores how international response can impact the problem.