People of Indian origin appear readier than ever to join America’s great melting pot—marrying people of other ethnicities in growing numbers
Indian-Americans, hailed as a ‘model minority’ in the US, are all over the news for a variety of wrongdoings. Is Indian culture at fault?
It’s not just for guys anymore. It’s for couples. But it hasn’t got its new game all figured out yet.
With Congressional hearings on radicalisation looming, Islamophobia is on the rise in the US
Q2L, a new school in the US, is changing the rules of the learning game.
Working for a cause, making a difference, fighting for change is suddenly cool again. Thanks in large part to the new occupant of the White House
The US exerts strict controls on war photography. Correspondents go embedded with military units. And the Pentagon plays photo editor. Call it war choreography
For the first time in human history, more people live in urban spaces than in rural. But confronted by ecological and other civic challenges, our cities will have to adapt dramatically. What might they look like in time to come?
Parag Khanna has always been on the go. Open’s David Lepeska recently corralled him for a wide-ranging discussion. Excerpts
Born in Kanpur, raised in Abu Dhabi and the US, Parag Khanna is now a New Yorker, global citizen, bestselling author, political analyst and more at just 32. Here’s why the world pays attention to him