Epiphanies: Jacqueline Novogratz
When Jacqueline Novogratz first traveled to Africa in 1986, she meant business -- the serious business of sharing her entrepreneurial know-how with the poor. Now, the founder of the Acumen Fund, a nonprofit venture capital firm that works in developing countries, tells FP why she first went abroad and why it's time to end the culture of handouts.
A Saint for Lost Souls
Mexico's increasingly destitute poor are turning to what the U.S. military calls a "death cult" for comfort.
Gary Langer on why Edward Luttwak's aerial bombing strategy can't win in Afghanistan.
Who Needs NATO?
Dmitry Rogozin and Ronald Asmus on why Andrew Bacevich's call to pull America out of NATO is unrealistic.
The FP Quiz
Are you a globalization junkie? Then test your knowledge of global trends, economics, and politics with 8 questions about how the world works.
Attention Whole Foods Shoppers
Stop obsessing about arugula. Your "sustainable" mantra -- organic, local, and slow -- is no recipe for saving the world's hungry millions.
The gas guzzlers at the Pentagon are under orders to get ecofriendly. The impact could be huge.
Think Again: The Internet
They told us it would usher in a new era of freedom, political activism, and perpetual peace. They were wrong.
Some of the world's most bitter conflicts have nothing to do with access to resources, ethnic chauvinism, or the balance of power. Here's a short guide to the planet's fiercest gastronomic controversies.
Middle East Peace: So Why Have We Failed?
FP speaks with leading Americans, Israelis, and Palestinians who've tried to bring this decades-long conflict to an end.