The British decision to leave the EU has been a long time in the making, but it does not lessen the shock that many politicians...
Expat Women Around the World
Ecuador, Malta, and Thailand are the best destinations for expat women worldwide, according to the Expat Insider survey. While Ecuador, with a majority of expats... Read more
Does the Brexit Vote Mark the End of Internationalism?
This week might represent the beginning of the end for international cooperation. All the treaties, alliances, and unions that have incrementally strengthened the ties between... Read more
Brexit and Burst? Britain’s Existential Crisis
BERLIN—Britain’s hard-fought referendum on whether to remain a member of the European Union is emblematic of a wider shift in Europe’s geopolitics. As much as... Read more
Drug Companies Are Buying Doctors—for as Little as a $16 Meal
An important new study in the United States has found doctors who receive just one cheap meal from a drug company tend to prescribe a... Read more
Long Nuclear Shadow Could Revive Calls for Abolition
LOS ANGELES—Seventy years ago this month the United States placed on the global agenda a proposal that would have eliminated nuclear weapons for all time. Drawing... Read more
21st Century Policing: America’s Ethical Guardians
As detailed in published works for the Epoch Times over the last two years, these are defining times for American policing that demands ethical guardians... Read more
Theft and Piracy on Africa’s High Seas
A new report, released by the non-profit group Oceans Beyond Pirates, examines recent changes in the nature of piracy off the coasts of Africa. For... Read more
July 4th a Reminder to Fight Drunk Driving Wisely
With July 4th right around the corner, Americans are preparing for backyard barbecues and firework fiestas. But, while drunk driving has been on the decline for decades, America’s birthday still brings a heightened... Read more
For Those Eligible, Voting Should Be Easy
The elections process is not usually grist for inflammatory rhetoric. But this year has been different. Republican Donald Trump labeled the GOP primary process “crooked.”... Read more
Guns and America: Serious Solutions Needed
A headline about America’s gun crisis says it all: “1,000 mass shootings in 1,260 days.” If it weren’t so easy to obtain a gun in... Read more
Children Pay the Highest Price in Refugee Crisis
The world is witness to a rapid increase in the number of people forced to flee from wars, conflict, and persecution in countries such as... Read more
Gun Ownership: Right or Privilege?
There is no question that throughout history, authorities have sought to have a monopoly of force. They seek to create a citizenry totally dependent on... Read more
Budget Transparency Missing From the West’s Plan for Iraq
The tragedy of modern Iraq is often studied with a humanitarian, moral, religious, political, or military lens, but fiscal perspectives are much harder to come... Read more
Brexit Backers Claim UK Is Drowning in EU Regulations—Are Americans Underwater Too?
On June 23, the United Kingdom will decide whether to leave the European Union or stay. The vote is nicknamed Brexit, short for British Exiting... Read more
Orlando Shootings: Compassion, Empathy, Sympathy
America must prayerfully pause with profound compassion and listen to the cries flowing from the city of Orlando. The senseless killing of 49 people and... Read more
Combating the Overmedication of Seniors
VICTORIA, B.C.—Working aggressively to reduce their daily medication burden may be the single best thing we can do to improve the quality of life of... Read more