Around the Globe
Governments’ own spending is exacerbating the problem, with billions of dollars wasted on people in wealthy countries who are the least at risk of malnutrition.
Seventy-five years after the subcontinent split apart, the nation’s beleaguered Muslims increasingly face the marginalization and brutal prejudice that Pakistan’s founder predicted.
Commemorating the end of World War II can be a sensitive moment in Japan. How to honor the slain prime minister is now another one.