Interested in international development, social justice, environmentalism, language, and pop culture. Would love to throw all those things into a blender.
I’m sweaty, exhausted, and red-faced when I finally emerge from my final acid trip.
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is an awkward mouthful. It’s also –no exaggeration– one of the most pressing threats to human existence.
What is the last animal you saw? Can you remember its colour, size and shape? Could you easily distinguish it from other animals?
Now, how about the last plant you saw?
For 24 agonizing hours, Monica Franco-Pineda prepared to deliver a stillborn baby.
Social media platforms have been blocked in Chad for over a year now. This makes it far and away the longest social media outage perpetrated in an African country.
In December, a single room off a dusty path in North Bangalore, India was the setting for the next step of an interesting food venture.
The U.S. government has continued its attack on women’s rights, and on health equity, by expanding the foreign-policy rule known in dry internationalese as the Mexico City policy, or more widely as the global gag rule. This bars funding for global health organizations that provide abortion information or services.
Some dual-career couples choose to live thousands of miles away from each other. How do these relationships work, and what helps them succeed?
The Municipalists, a debut novel by Seth Fried, has something to say about the way we talk about urbanism.