To this day, most prime ministers and presidents are men. Women are not even close, despite some progress.
2014 In The Rear View Mirror
Let’s close the books on 2014 with a degree of joy that the year is ending.
Nurses Urgently Needed: Another Critical Global Shortage
Why nurses need us to care.
Health Diplomacy vs. Health Terrorism
Two sides of a deadly coin.
Water as the Oil of the 21st Century
Water, water everywhere … and nowhere.
Ebola: An Opportunity for Public Diplomacy
The Ebola virus is proof that foreign policy is not “foreign.”
WANTED: A Foreign Policy Slogan
The search for a “post” to describe U.S foreign policy continues.
It’s Memorial Day: Give Your Kid a Break
The SAT bores and tortures students – and has nothing to do with education.
The Balkans Challenge: Can Weather Woes Forge Political Partnerships?
The storm clouds over the Balkans have a silver lining, as they may help the region find solidarity.
Food and Foreign Policy: A Diplomatic Cuisine
What can food teach us about global conflicts and creative diplomacy?