As authorities begin clearing France’s largest informal refugee camp, a photo series explores the “jungles” created by Europe’s dysfunctional migration policies.
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The region’s leaders are vocal proponents of smarter drug policy, but a look at their recent incarceration rates suggests they’re not practicing what they preach.
Many refugees fleeing Syria find themselves in a legal black hole. Now a Jordan-based organization is helping them piece their identities back together.
Mexico’s top court wields considerable influence, yet the process of selecting and approving its judges remains opaque.
Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, religious institutions have asserted themselves, with churches playing a central role in determining countries’ futures across the region.
According to a new report, African American female students receive out-of-school suspensions at six times the rate of white girls, and more often than most boys.
A new report details how early childhood education can benefit Roma youth—and why they have trouble accessing it.
Under the constitution pushed through by the country’s generals in 2008, an opposition victory at the polls does not guarantee a role in governing.
Art has proved to be an effective platform to promote freedom of expression and innovation among long-stifled Tunisians.
Since World War II, Europe has offered protection to those fleeing violence and persecution. Today, it should fulfill that obligation once again.
Interpreters—often among the first people arriving refugees meet—work in a world that is both practical and personal. Here are four of their stories.