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The World Cup puts the spotlight on Qatar, but also brings...

David Mednicoff, UMass Amherst With the start of the World Cup on Nov. 20, 2022, soccer teams from 32...

We talked to 100 people about their experiences in solitary confinement...

Angela Hattery, University of Delaware and Earl Smith, University of Delaware The United States leads the world in its...

The UN just declared a universal human right to a healthy,...

Joel E. Correia, University of Florida Climate change is already affecting much of the world’s population, with startlingly high...

Keith Krach’s Vision of Trusted Collaboration to Counter Authoritarianism is Basis...

Krach’s “Trust Principle” serves as the model for unifying democraciesHow do you one-up authoritarian adversaries like China and Russia that assert the...

Artificial intelligence carries a huge upside. But potential harms need to...

Alison Gillwald, University of Cape Town and Rachel Adams, University of Cape Town Artificial intelligence and machine learning have...

Nobel Peace Prize for journalists serves as reminder that freedom of...

Kathy Kiely, University of Missouri-Columbia Thirty-two years ago next month, I was in Germany reporting on the fall of...

America’s moral responsibility for the tragedy unfolding in Afghanistan

Michael Blake, University of Washington Chaotic scenes in Kabul accompanied the return to power of the Taliban in Afghanistan....

America’s moral responsibility for the tragedy unfolding in Afghanistan

Michael Blake, University of Washington Chaotic scenes in Kabul accompanied the return to power of the Taliban in Afghanistan....

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