Bennett Voyles

Bennett Voyles writes on global trends. He was formerly with The Economist Intelligence Unit

Are We Waiting for a Miracle?
Guest Column
Are We Waiting for a Miracle?

The race to a vaccine for the coronavirus is on—and it may not be over soon

31 March 2020
Alok Madasani (in dark blue), who was wounded in the shooting that left Srinivas Kuchibhotla dead, at a candlelight vigil in Olathe, Kansas
What Is Fuelling Anti-Indian Sentiment in the US?

Rage against the other

08 March 2017
Bryan Cranston (left)
Why White America is Breaking Bad

Revolutions are made by those with something to lose

17 November 2016
Omar Mateen
Omar Mateen and the Clash of American Dreams

The Orlando killer may have pledged his allegiance to ISIS but there is more to his hatred and violence

15 June 2016
HOMELESS AND HOME: Thousands of Syrian refugees arrive in Munich after having crossed south-eastern Europe on foot (Photo: GEOVIEN SO/GETTY IMAGES)
Syrian Refugees: Exodus and the Idea of Home

The German question is not about the number of refugees it can take. Zaher’s story says it all

31 March 2016
Vive Paris: The Beginning of History

What 13 November means for our newly tribal world

19 November 2015

And an unmistakable message from the deep recesses of French history

14 January 2015
Open Essay
The Lady India Loved to Hate

The fall of Robin L Raphel and an old diplomatic peeve

27 November 2014
Make a Joke, and don’t forget to Chuckle

A strange aspect of the Obama case is that unlike most pop stars who have fallen off the charts, he doesn’t seem to be anxiously plotting a comeback

25 September 2014
Freedom and the Free Lance Spymaster

What’s next for Julian Assange?

03 September 2014


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