How a film is trying to end child marriage in Lebanon.
Why do countries with rising middle classes and relatively decent education have so many people willing to turn to violence and extremism? This article argues that it is not because of poverty per se, but rather because of the problem of expectations rising too quickly to match reality.
Russia’s involvement in the US election has been known for months, but more details are increasingly forthcoming. This piece examines how Russia uses information, and misinformation, more generally, and how it’s having an impact far beyond Russian borders.
Although Lesotho is one of the smallest countries in the world, its politics are not uncomplicated. The current government is being wracked by political violence that is escalating to a level that is worrying South Africa enough to potentially intervene.
Singapore’s government wanted to make the institution more inclusive of Singapore’s diverse population. They therefore implemented new criteria for presidential candidates. The result? Only one person in the country was qualified, and she therefore became president by default. Meritocratic?