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A researcher at Tufts University near Boston discovered an old book full of research on starvation written by Jewish doctors imprisoned in the Warsaw Ghetto.
That’s the big question coming up at the UN Climate Change Conference, known as COP27, and it’s controversial. It refers to the economic and physical costs that developing countries are facing from the impacts of climate change.
What will it take for Ukraine to defend against the ballistic missiles, cruise missiles and explosive drones raining down on the country? The question is not so much what as how many.
Ukraine is partnering with an advertising company to produce an innovative nation branding campaign during a war. The campaign could have influence beyond how Ukraine and Russia conduct this war.
The Soviet Union was a latecomer to industrial whaling, but it slaughtered whales by the thousands once it started and radically under-reported its toll to international monitors.
A double agent who operated for the CIA and the Dutch security service against the Stasi tells his story for the first time.
A comment by Bill Nelson, the NASA administrator, sparked a strong public response from the Chinese government. But due to legal and practical reasons, no country could take over the moon anytime soon.
After the ruling by the US Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade, will more Americans travel for abortions? Inequalities created by this controversial decision will be revealed at border points.
Weapons manufacturers in China are likely to benefit most from Russia’s losses, while US companies will also see a boom.
Perhaps what is most interesting about #Swedengate is not what it tells us about Sweden, but what it tells us about ourselves.
Can social media posts sustain Russia’s endangered dissident cultures? It's a struggle familiar from Soviet times.