When Canada marked its 150th anniversary, the entire country celebrated. When Russia passed its revolutionary centennial, hardly anyone blinked an eye.
This week's travel news: Trump's administration shrinks national monuments at home while barring certain outsiders from coming in.
I fell in love with Zimbabwe in 1994, and as I returned over the years, I witnessed the country crumble under Robert Mugabe's rule.
The journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia was the most dangerous person in Malta. But before she was murdered, she connected with Outpost editor Ryan Murdock.
This week's big travel news: While the Trump administration considers opening national parks for mining, Chile's government is doing the opposite.
Plus: Tigers are making a comeback in India, and how a zoomed-out Google Map of Europe shows more about geopolitics than the world itself.
The world's biggest travel-blogger conference will be held in Zimbabwe in 2018, and some bloggers are boycotting it to protest the country's corrupt government. But should more people listen to them?