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His views are extreme. His political skills are fierce. And that's what makes him so dangerous.
Horrific abuse. Rampant contamination. And the crime is.exposing it?
Germany, now the dominant country in Europe, needs to rethink the way it sees itself and the world, says Zanny Minton Beddoes.
The former Microsoft and Gates Foundation exec is living the boomer fantasy: meaningful work that keeps the neurons firing.
Having grown up amid the horrors of Burundi's civil war, a young man is bewildered by the American lust for warlike video games.
South Korean president Park Geun Hye is urging her citizens to become more entrepreneurial. Her biggest obstacle may be the very conglomerates that have driven the country's dramatic growth.
Your doctor can read your DNA. But genetic testing raises ethical questions that American medicine is not prepared to answer.
Empathy. Vulnerability. Humility. Inclusiveness. Generosity. Balance. Patience. The most effective leaders right now—men and women—are those who embrace traits once considered feminine
Spark CEO Chris Boothe fronts an illustrious lineup of the smartest media agency folk today.
The growth in wealth-management products reflects deeper financial distortions
Cyberspies are everywhere. But who are they helping?
A bigger, richer, meaner gun-control movement has arrived.
After 50 years of brutal military rule, Myanmar’s democratic opening has been swift and startling, says Richard Cockett. Now the country needs to move fast to heal its ethnic divisions.
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