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The Abraham Accords are spurring Israel’s Arab entrepreneurs to bridge cultures.
Already a circular economy leader in technology, Italy must involve communities if its “green recovery” is to succeed.
The United States’ industrialized food system moved millions of people out of poverty and is better for the environment, too.
A new book argues that Churchill’s famous folly was ultimately about food, fear, and free trade.
What does it mean for an African nation to lead the global future?
A once-steady U.S. ally in Eastern — or possibly Central — Europe moves toward Beijing’s grip.
For the world’s premier superpowers to better confront new international threats, fresh strategic initiatives are needed in a challenging era.