A U.S. federal court has struck down a state congressional map for being too partisan. A cutting-edge method for measuring gerrymandering’s effects helps explain why.
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A new report examines how propaganda and disinformation are being disseminated across Ukraine, Russia, Georgia, and elsewhere, including across Europe and America—and what can be done about it.
Four photographers have been awarded Audience Engagement Grants to work with young people in New York City and the Lakota Nation, Kyrgyz migrants, and people with disabilities.
In many countries, people who use drugs are compelled to make the harsh choice between saving a friend who is overdosing and risking arrest.
A landmark report by the UN Commissioner for Human Rights documents serious human rights abuses against sexual and gender minorities worldwide.
For many people living with HIV, the risk of overdose presents a more imminent threat than AIDS-related illness. Despite this fact, donors and governments are slow to adopt overdose prevention measures as part of their AIDS programs. It's time for a wake-up call.
Why do American officials believe, against all the evidence, that Uzbek strongman Islom Karimov is serious when he says he wants to introduce democratic reforms?
Although hepatitis C is curable, most patients outside of the developed world are unable to access treatment, due largely in part to prohibitive pricing of lifesaving medicines.
Over the past decade, governments have increasingly turned to arbitrary detention, cruelty, and even torture in order to combat drug abuse.
Despite President Obama's soaring promises of a new chapter in American diplomacy, are we in reality maintaining a traditional, short-sighted, interest-based approach in Central Asia?