Explaining the politics of the Nordic countries and comparing their policies to those of the United States.
The Little Ice Age did not have uniformly disastrous consequences. Some countries managed to survive with significantly less damage than others. Japan was one of these. What allowed them to do this?
Deforestation practices in the Brazilian Amazon threaten the current and future health of the ecosystem as well as the climate of the region.
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A broad overview of critical health system improvements
Enormous mineral reserves offer a wealth of opportunities for Mongolia but how can they take advantage of this wealth while maintaining their traditions?
For South Asia, the role of policy reform and development assistance will be indispensable to balancing social order and economic sustainability.
Assessing the implications of the midterm elections on US environmental policy
The world’s largest polluters, China and the United States, shocked many this week by agreeing for the first time that they should reduce their emissions. Here’s why that agreement is so important.
Poverty exacts a psychological toll–one which policymakers can either exacerbate or reverse.