A preview of our Summer 2013 issue can be found below. Full back issues are available upon request to both print and eReader subscribers.
The Globe in Brief
Whistleblower Reveals U.S. Surveillance Secrets
“Tax, Trade, and Transparency” on Agenda at G-8
U.K. Shale Gas Reserves Double Previous Estimates
Agreement Reached on E.U.’s Seven-Year Budget
Pope Francis a Fresh Face for the Vatican
Watching the Watchmen — The NSA’s leaks will have implications on the world stage.
CENSORED for Inciting Subversion of State Power — A new report calls attention to China’s widespread surveillance and censorship at a time when America would rather avoid the comparison.
Fragile World Peace
A Changing Asian Scenario — Economics pave the way for cooperation in South and East Asia.
An Unlikely Agreement in the Balkans — Serbia and Kosovo find common ground over a conflicted zone.
The Palestinian Peril — Even with U.N. recognition, Palestine’s prospects look grim, but one hope remains.
The Drought After the Arab Spring — An economic ‘dry summer’ followed the Arab Spring in post-revolution Tunisia.
Islamic Extremism Festering in Russia — The Boston Bombers were not likely part of a Russian terror organization, but the next ones could be.
Obama Tries to Cool the Planet — In a speech on Climate Change, the U.S. President sets a clear direction for the U.S. and the world.
The U.S. Immigration Vote: Will it End the Debate? — A new bill passed through the Senate but still under debate in the House may solve America’s immigration woes.
Translating a Culture — The cultural diffusion of English in India paved the way for modern globalization.