While a divided Congress will likely mean gridlock, there are two economic policies likely to see significant change: trade and infrastructure.
A migrant caravan of almost 7,000 people who left Guatemala and Honduras is heading north towards the United States. The reasons they are leaving are complex but involve a U.S.-backed violent history.
The far right candidate's election victory left Brazil fragmented.
India’s Counterinsurgency in the Northeast Challenges the Relationship Between Time and Insurgent Success
The waning insurgent theatre in Northeast India proves that New Delhi has both the watches and the time in the ethnically sensitive region.
Stranger Than Fiction
Robert Heath claimed to have cured homosexuality by implanting electrodes into the pleasure centre of the brain. Robert Colvile reports on one of the great forgotten stories of neuroscience.
Fifteen years after the fall of the Iraqi dictator, an Iraqi recalls the utter chaos that followed the American invasion.
Between Izmir and Athens: dream sellers and a notebook swallowed by the road.
The war made him leave his home behind, suddenly and begrudgingly. | Amir Darwish
Curfew meant being attacked by the paramilitaries. An attack inside their quarters was called “operation” | A short story by Mekhala Saran