What Other Countries Can Learn From Iceland's Tourism Boom
Less than ten years after its worst economic crash ever, Iceland's tourism is now booming. So just how did it turn around?
Feb 22, 2017
India's Economy Will Overtake The U.S. By 2050, Here's How
President Trump has pointed to India's economic growth to show that the U.S. is lagging, but how do India and the U.S. really compare?
Feb 21, 2017
How The Ancient Silk Road Pioneered Globalization
Positive or negative, we hear a lot about globalization in the modern era. But where did it all begin?
Feb 19, 2017
Japan Rejected Over 99% Of Refugees Last Year. Here's Why.
With an increasing number of refugees around the world, countries are opening up their doors. But, this isn't the case for Japan.
Feb 17, 2017
This Country Has The Most Humane Prison System
While the U.S. is known for a high recidivism rate and tough justice system, other countries have taken a more holistic approach to crime.
Feb 15, 2017
What Would A Unified Israel-Palestine Look Like?
With the international community urging a two-state solution, many Israelis and Palestinians are considering the idea of a single state.
Feb 14, 2017
This Unknown Russian Territory Could Fuel Cold War 2.0
With nuclear-capable missiles at the ready, Russia's Kaliningrad is threatening European security in a big way.
Feb 12, 2017
What Would A World Look Like When The Rainforests Disappear?
Rainforests provide us with not only trees, but a whole lot more than we realize. So what would a world without rainforests be like?
Feb 11, 2017
The Twilight of American Coal and the Rise of Renewables
Several reports this week point to tremendous growth in domestic wind and solar production and the continued decline of coal burning — a dynamic that one analyst calls "the new normal."
Feb 10, 2017
Could Far-Right Leader Marine Le Pen Be France's Next President?
Marine Le Pen is a major contender in the upcoming French presidential elections. So who is she and why is she so controversial?
Feb 10, 2017
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