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People from northern Bangladesh migrate to Dhaka for work in March 2008.
People from northern Bangladesh migrate to Dhaka for work in March 2008.
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How Alberta Won the Rat Race

One Canadian province has virtually eliminated its vermin—and shows how others can too.

People celebrate the results of the Irish referendum to overturn the country’s abortion ban in Dublin on May 26, 2018. (Clodagh Kilcoyne/Reuters)
People celebrate the results of the Irish referendum to overturn the country’s abortion ban in Dublin on May 26, 2018. (Clodagh Kilcoyne/Reuters)

A Jury of Peers

How Ireland used a Citizens’ Assembly to solve some of its toughest problems.

Lillian Ochan, a 23-year-old refugee from Ethiopia, buys food items using bamba chakula cash from a shop in Kenya’s Kalobeyei settlement, village 2, in Kakuma on May 21. (World Food Programme/Martin Karimi)
Lillian Ochan, a 23-year-old refugee from Ethiopia, buys food items using bamba chakula cash from a shop in Kenya’s Kalobeyei settlement, village 2, in Kakuma on May 21. (World Food Programme/Martin Karimi)

Refuge, Reformed

Kenya has found a way to make refugee camps benefit host communities. Other countries should follow its lead.

The graffiti artist Chris Shim, aka Royyal Dog, makes multiculturalism the focus of a series of murals in his home city of Seoul, including this one in an alley, and around the world. (Jun Michael Park for Foreign Policy)
The graffiti artist Chris Shim, aka Royyal Dog, makes multiculturalism the focus of a series of murals in his home city of Seoul, including this one in an alley, and around the world. (Jun Michael Park for Foreign Policy)
Jewish workers drill for water in Kfar Monash, a farm in the British Mandate of Palestine, in August 1946. (Zoltan Kluger/GPO via Getty Images)
Jewish workers drill for water in Kfar Monash, a farm in the British Mandate of Palestine, in August 1946. (Zoltan Kluger/GPO via Getty Images)

How to Defeat Drought

Cape Town is running out of water. Israel offers some lessons on how to avoid that fate.

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