Environmental activists should use the market to their advantage.
For each plausible theory, there are puzzling counterexamples.
The East African khat trade is thriving, even as global prohibition creeps in around the edges.
Tanzania follows in the footsteps of Rwanda and Kenya.
Kenya needs workers. Kenya has Somali refugees who want to work. If only the government would get out of the way.
Critics accused the huntress of being a murderer and said she deserves to be abused and shamed.
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Many Americans, including our nation's leaders, don't know where or why our military is deployed.
U.S. fatalities bring America's misadventures overseas into the public eye, but only briefly.
Private enterprise helps global economic development in ways besides simple charity.
Fortunately, even if conditions don't improve, economic freedom (and consequently growth) benefits not only the people who have it, but also people who don't.
Hage Geingob has, however, been blamed for Namibia dropping out of the top 20.
Dozens of villages in Kenya will soon be receiving payments.
An experiment in international aid hits a snag.
The African National Congress has dominated since the end of apartheid.
Terrorism Today: Boko Haram Bigger Than ISIS; Most Western Deaths Have Nothing to Do With Islam; & More
The Global Terrorism Index charts 80 percent increase in terrorism deaths, with 33,000 killed in 2014.
Intervention in Libya open-ended for the people of the region.
Here's What the Guy Who Paid $50,000 to Kill Cecil the Lion Can Learn from the Guy Who Paid $350,000 to Kill a Black Rhino
Done right, paid hunts for endangered animals can be a huge boon for conservation
Everything you think you know about conflict minerals is wrong.
"Racing" for resources is economically misconceived.
Including Luaty Beirao, a rapper who's emerged as a leader of the youth opposition movement.
GiveDirectly co-founder on the value of charitable cash transfers.
Calls new elections
Aid-dependent Liberian leaders neglect the needs of their people to please Western benefactors.