You Won't Win the Thanksgiving Fight. But You Can Survive

You Won't Win the Thanksgiving Fight. But You Can Survive

According to Peter Coleman, who studies the dynamics of peace and conflict resolution at Columbia University, the Thanksgiving myth that the dinner table will bring family catharsis is rooted in contact theory, the idea that if you confront your ideological opposition in person it will humanize them.

'Battlefield V' Review: Finding Grandeur in History's Bloodiest War, 64 Players at a Time

'Battlefield V' Review: Finding Grandeur in History's Bloodiest War, 64 Players at a Time

Battlefield V Finds Grandeur in WWII, 64 Players at a TimeIn the latest installment of the military-shooter franchise, you're thrice implicated as a piece of the ever-charging global war machine.DICE/Electronic ArtsLeaping from planes, we fall through aurora that looks as though it’s melting into the sky.

Three countries show why culture matters for post-conflict and post-disaster reconstruction and recovery

Three countries show why culture matters for post-conflict and post-disaster reconstruction and recovery

Culture is important for the rebuilding in a post-disaster setting, to help the community recover. What’s the role of culture during post-conflict and post-disaster reconstruction processes? While divided, the two communities are making joint efforts to safeguard and restore cultural heritage that matters to both.

Demystifying Economic Inequality in Nepal

Demystifying Economic Inequality in Nepal

Economists typically use the Gini index of per capita income or household consumption expenditure as a measure of inequality. For example, in Nepal, as incomes and living standards have improved, private school enrollments have increased leaving public schools, especially in remote rural areas, struggling to fill classrooms.