A prospect of a peaceful Afghanistan is only realistic if the Taliban breaks ties with other terrorist groups, agrees to a ceasefire and joins the intra-Afghan peace talks.
Trump and Bolton’s unwavering assault on Iran means the end of waivers for the right to purchase Iranian oil for India, which is in the midst of a general election.
War-ravaged eastern Ukraine is facing an ecological disaster that could become a “second Chernobyl.”
Raising children is not what it used to be. Women and men on track to becoming parents must face the prospect of increasing costs of quality childcare. This is true for developed nations, but no less predictable in low-income countries as well. Raising children is not what it used to be. Having a supportive partner and a sustainable net income in a household may still be inadequate for future planning purposes. Many parents have no choice but to re-enter the workforce, having to gamble on paying the costs of missed time.
Tehran’s defiant attitude is part of a desperate strategy to compel the international community to stand down.
Burning Man and Auroville offer a glimpse into the souls of the US and India respectively, and a better understanding of the human condition.
John Bolton’s broadsides against Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela hint at ambitions for much more dangerous geopolitical conflict — and nothing short of a new Cold War.
Most tests are made for a simple but perverse reason: to incite the clever or privileged to cheat creatively. The Daily Devil’s Dictionary explains.
Men talking about objectification is like prison wardens pointing out they eat the same food as the inmates, neglecting to add that they have home-cooked meals after work.
India faces a Hobson’s choice: It can vote for “an idiot or someone who thinks everyone else is an idiot.”