From electronic privacy to climate policy, terrorism to twitter diplomacy, Seeking Security looks at the new challenges — and solutions — to global security threats.
Tibetans in exile elect a new president
Penpa Tsering, the new president-elect of the Central Tibetan Administration, said his first priority is to build trust. The election comes at a critical time for the Tibetan diaspora, as China tightens its grip on the region.
A decade of war has devastated Syria's health care system
Sometimes, the most basic services are not available to patients. And it can lead to dire consequences.
New Zealand condemns China’s treatment of Uyghurs but won't call it ‘genocide’
New Zealand has joined other countries in calling out China for its mistreatment of Uyghurs, but falls short of calling it "genocide." Critics say the condemnation has been "watered down" to protect China as an essential trade partner.
Some migrants crossing the Mediterranean say they prefer death to being returned
At least five migrants have drowned off the coast of Libya, including a woman and child. The journey to a better life is often harrowing.
Efficiency over privacy: How trust in the Chinese government helped contain the pandemic
Author Yashu Zhang describes the efficiency of China's vaccination rollout and why there's so much trust in authorities in the fight against the coronavirus.
'This is a war scene’: Rio residents grieve, protest against deadly police raid
At least 25 people were killed on Thursday in a police raid on a poor community in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Now, residents and local officials are demanding answers — and accountability.