A Bard’s Games
There's a telling moment in the fourth season of the recently concluded HBO medieval fantasy series "Game of Thrones" in [...]
Bilingualism and cyberspace
Blaming cyberspace for millennial shortcomings has become something of an adult sport. But an Italian story changes the script.
Spain's supreme court recently struck down a Catalan ban, but one animal rights activist remains unmoved.
Closing the gap
A recent UNDP project in Nepal shows that when it comes to gender equality small steps can sometimes produce striking results.
Death by cyberbullying
Teens are increasingly at risk as smartphone "shoots" go viral, humiliation with it.
In need of history
The author, who has worked with the Model United Nations, argues that knowing the past is more fundamental than ever.
Dreaming in Inupiaq
Teen wanderlust is normal, but being a teen in an indigenous minority poses a more intense set of challenges.
Monitoring the aftermath
Two years after Boko Haram abucted more than 200 Nigerian schoolgirls, part of the worry concerns their release.
President Barack Obama's deftly handled trip to Cuba now leaves change in the hands of Raúl Castro.
The right to have rights
For filmmaker Fred Kuwornu, son of Ghanian father and an Italian mother, belonging what matters.
Día de Reyes, II
"Clueless observation" awaits those who ignore context, with Cuba a perfect example.