It's true that the liberal powers that emerged victorious after 1989 are suffering self-inflicted body blows to their professed ideology. But seeing these body blows as being delivered on behalf of a rival “illiberalism” is a dangerous misdiagnosis.
Colin O’Brady and Louis Rudd spent almost two months racing across Antarctica, a journey that killed an explorer who attempted it in 2016. Back in warmer climes, they spoke about the race of a lifetime.
New York's "Explorers Club" has inspired adventurers, aquanauts and astronauts for more than a century. But it's now evolving to inspire everyone to make the world a better place.
Superpowers will control geoengineering and all the damage that comes with it
It's the world's most lucrative football league. But a civil war over all that money almost toppled it.
Singapore has often been described as a food paradise, and its hawker centers, of which there are more than 100, are the city-state's most visible symbol of its highly democratic culinary scene. But experienced hawkers are in their twilight years, and are retiring without passing their knowledge and skills to a successor.
To understand why the story of the bad family has absolutely taken over New Zealand, you must know that our economy absolutely depends on the massive amounts of money tourism brings in, yet we actively despise every single tourist who dares to come and enjoy all the stuff we promised was so great.
Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp social engineering scams have become common in the country.
You probably haven't heard of Cambodia's bokator, which lacks the profile of Korea's taekwondo or Thailand's muay thai. San Kim Sean wants to change that.
"The same number of people who died during the six years of World War II would have probably died during the first week of World War III."
According to projections, seven out of 10 of the world's biggest economies in 2030 will be from developing economies. One country, in particular, may leap from 21st to an astounding 7th place.
For a country so famous for its big stuff, Brazil can, in a funny way, be thought of as the land of the tiny. Practically no word is immune from diminution.
Thanks to a swell of attention on Instagram, a small town in the shadow of one of Turkey's most famous sites is waking up and welcoming the world.
A court found the clickers to be in violation of consumer laws.
An analysis concluded that Earth’s oceans are heating up 40 percent faster on average than a United Nations panel estimated five years ago, a finding with dire implications for climate change.
Germany's top news magazine reckons with a star reporter's brazen lies in the age of fake news.
Our inability to look beyond the latest news cycle could be one of the most dangerous traits of our generation.
The jet appeared to be caught up in United States sanctions on Tehran's nuclear program that prohibit civilian aircraft sales, including services and parts.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison was the victim of a humorous Photoshop fail this week after people noticed that the family photo at the top of
How one government policy makes it near impossible for Indigenous people to travel through their own community.
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