Haitians protest their president in English as well as Creole, indicting US for its role in country’s political crisis

Haitian protesters on the nation’s streets have a laundry list of reasons they believe President Jovenel Moïse should resign. They blame Moïse for overstaying his term, which should have ended … Read More

COVID-19 upended Americans’ sense of individualism and invited us to embrace interconnectedness – an idea from Greek philosopher Epicurus

The ability to lift oneself up by their own bootstraps has long been celebrated in the United States. This admiration of self-reliance derives from the 17th-century English philosopher John Locke, … Read More

The Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack and the SolarWinds hack were all but inevitable – why national cyber defense is a ‘wicked’ problem

The ransomware attack on Colonial Pipeline on May 7, 2021, exemplifies the huge challenges the U.S. faces in shoring up its cyber defenses. The private company, which controls a significant … Read More