This New Jersey neighborhood refuses to be overrun by Starbucks and CVS.
While TOD (which spells "Tod" and incidentally means "death" in German) has largely been discredited for our region, we should
Mass tourism at listed sites In spite of these imperfections, we should commend UNESCO on its efforts to preserve our world
"To support and decide that Robust Design should be mandatory in Novo Nordisk Device R&D required an intense dialogue and
Here at the end of 2016, migration issues are once more the subject of heated international debate.
After eight years as Ambassador to the UN, I see little genuine appetite for reform of the Security Council.
Today more than ever we need leaders who are visionary, have integrity and strive for equity. These leaders need to be diplomatic and efficient to make things happen, but nasty enough to fight the battles that need to be fought in order to transform this world and to make it a world worth living in.
Open Data: A Win-Win Model for Facilitating Transparency, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Human Rights-affirming Development
The Wild East of Resource Exploitation ODC's open data archives have long provided a much-needed service that even the Cambodian
It takes around eight hours to reach Raja Ampat from Indonesia's capital Jakarta. From Jakarta, you either get a direct flight
From the very first moment, residents were involved in building partnerships with the city hall and renowned institutions
In addition to paying taxes and royalties, the oil and natural gas industry contributes funding for special training programs
How can we create a more inclusive Internet? What are the practical steps we can take to expand global connectivity? This week, leaders from some of the Internet's main organisations and businesses, together with the World Bank, are gathering in Washington D.C. to discuss these questions.
To the extent that we are mirrored, encouraged and acknowledged for our achievements and our creative pursuits, we are unified within ourselves. To the degree that we are perceived through a distorted mirror, we are torn asunder and may search for approval at a cost to our real self and creativity.
In the last two years, Afghanistan has been facing unprecedented challenges. However, several major development projects have initiated, launched or completed. But the government has failed to deliver its promises. Thousands of Afghans died in violence.
Why are these media initiatives and others proving effective? In part, it's because media taps into our biology. First, more
And we do. We are proud to have been involved in last year's historic decision to allow women to stand for election to municipal