Experts can't stop restrictions, but they can mitigate them.
Entrepreneurship can help reintegrate former militants—and may be useful for U.S. criminal justice reform, too.
The country has some of the worst rates of sexual violence in Asia—and old attitudes are proving hard to change.
New Delhi wants people to prove their citizenship. But Indian women are the demographic least likely to possess paperwork.
Party mergers and other systemic problems have buried the country’s once-vaunted female political leadership.
Malnutrition is passed from one generation to the next between mother and child—unless someone commits to stopping the deadly cycle.
Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s administration has boldly reoriented its foreign policy toward gender equality.
The popular tourist destination has had no coronavirus cases. Is that good luck—or bad testing?
The world’s second-largest refugee crisis could change North and South America for the better, but host countries can’t shoulder the burden without international help.
The United States cannot get grand strategy right if it gets economic policy wrong.
A divided domestic telecoms industry, disagreement within the central government, and a desire for India to develop its own systems have made the country’s calculations on 5G all the more complicated.
Wild claims of Chinese plots are spreading fast on social media.