Women and Malnutrition in Africa

By Raghav Gaiha and Vani S. Kulkarni (*) NEW DELHI and PHILADELPHIA, Oct 31 2017 (IPS) – Undernutrition is widespread and a key reason for poor child health in many developing countries. In Sub-Saharan Africa, around 40 percent of children… Continue Reading

Checking My Male Privilege

Charles M. Blow – The New York Times With the recent rash of high-profile accusations of sexual harassment and assault — from Harvey Weinstein to George H. W. Bush to Mark Halperin — I found myself feeling shocked at the… Continue Reading

Europe’s Border Problem

By George Friedman – Daily Digest The idea of old nations reasserting themselves and questioning the legitimacy of borders terrifies the EU. For centuries Europe has fought wars over borders. During the 19th century and the first half of the… Continue Reading

Under Mr. Trump, America Surrenders

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD  – The New York Times  Americans have long struggled with the question of whether this country should be more involved in world affairs, or less. The contest of ideas between internationalists and isolationists has been particularly… Continue Reading