The single currency's design isn't perfect. But what's really hampered its first 20 years, says Adam Tooze, are decisions freely taken by power-hungry men in Frankfurt
A quarter of a century after the Oslo peace accords, the dream of a two state solution is shattered beyond repair. Former Knesset speaker Avraham Burg proposes a bold new plan
Donald Macintyre, reporting from the West Bank, explains how the old dream of two states is slipping beyond reach
The strange story of how a legendary investigative journalist came to echo Assad's propaganda
Duncan Weldon / July 17, 2018
It is often said that economists failed to see a crisis coming in 2008. That is only half true
Adam converted to Islam at age 19. In 2014, he was taken on by a "de-radicalisation" program. What happened next raises questions about how we approach extremism—and what we can really do for angry...
Deyes video didn't just feed into cruel narratives about poverty. It revealed the emptiness of his—and his co-stars—cynical brand of internet fame
Cal Flyn / June 19, 2018
Its speakers number in the tens of thousands. There are no monolingual speakers left alive. So why learn Gaelic?
Why are so many young, successful women conflicted about having children?