Issues / Democracy & Governance
By targeting public officials who scrutinize the country's notorious internal intelligence service, South Korean President Park Geun-Hye is rolling back hard-won democratic gains in South Korea.
Presidents tend to ignore the constitutional requirement for Congress to formally declare war in advance of deploying American military forces.
Angela Merkel's reelection in Germany means austerity reigns for now, but there is at least a silver lining.
Marko Hren has spent a lot of time thinking about the “what if” and believes that peace activists might have been able to prevent the slaughter that spread through the region in the 1990s.
Indigenous activists in Honduras risk their lives to protect their lands from predatory "development."
Often suspected of being spies, many North Korean defectors to South Korea are greeted with some of the same mistreatment they sought to escape up North.
How "the end of history" is precipitating the end of the planet.
The road to hell is paved with good intentions.
Solving the Fukushima nuclear crisis will require rethinking our whole approach to science, social media, and public diplomacy.
Military contractors among the highest-paid CEOs of the past two decades.