Men such as Lenin, Stalin, Mussolini, Hitler and Mao could one day reappear, but in a different form. Their shared traits serve as warning signs for us today.
Around the globe, the illicit economy shows no signs of slowing. Whatever form it takes, corruption touches us all.
Artificial intelligence is changing lives for the better, but its developers acknowledge that it also poses serious risks. This raises some far-reaching questions.
The 20th-century Age of the Dictators is over, but that doesn’t mean it can’t come back in a different form.
More and more people are streaming into the world’s cities, magnifying already serious issues such as pollution, waste management and disease. What should we expect in the coming decades?
Our food supply may well become the greatest challenge of the century. And directly linked to it are dwindling global water reserves. Will we have enough of either to survive? Each of us holds the key.
Why has no nation, until now, been willing to declare Jerusalem the capital of the modern state of Israel? A brief look at history provides the answer.
The human brain is easily fooled into believing things that simply aren’t true. When it comes to life-and-death issues, that can be disastrous.
What do modern Zionism and the Christian evangelical movement have to do with the Six-Day War of 1967? And why does it matter?
The 1967 war between Arabs and Israelis lasted only six days, but its effects have reverberated ever since and have affected us all in various ways.