The failed coup has sparked a wave of hatred and violence against religious minorities for their supposed “complicity” in the incident.
What happens if there is no fair distribution of gains and losses? A Renaissance lens could have brought this risk into focus much sooner.
With mosques under surveillance, IS turns to soccer for recruitment
Pakistan’s generals like to blame their country’s cycle of political violence on foreign forces. In reality, it is largely home-made.
Does Germany’s Chancellor really not understand the cynical ways in which Turkey’s President plays her? Is it naiveté – or appeasement?
With next to no obstacles in his way any longer, Turkey’s President will soon run out of people to blame for Turkey’s mounting woes. The country will suffer.
Supporters of identity politics feel safer by shutting doors to the rest of the world. Who pays the price? How did elites contribute to it all?
How the constitutional monarch may be able to set the tone for social change in Japan.
Despite repeated high hopes for progress, it has been fifty years of unresolved economic problems in Brazil.
It is time to unlock women’s economic potential!