Issues / Democracy & Governance
Cancun promises to be calm to a fault.
On Oct. 31, Brazilians elected their new president, Worker's Party (PT) candidate, Dilma Rousseff.
The Wikileaks documents demonstrate that U.S. diplomacy is not being used to find alternatives to war, but rather pursued in the interests of illegal wars.
If Americans can no longer expect to wield unchallenged authority on the global stage, what comes next?
The UN Security Council Resolution 1325 on women, peace and security just turned 10 years old -- but few nations are helping it meet its goals of involving women in peacemaking and peacekeeping.
Longtime UN champion Canada's recent failure to win a non-permanent seat on the Security Council speaks volumes about the global community's reaction to Stephen Harper's reactionary international positions.
A mother cradles her newborn baby girl, with joy where there might have been grief.
A new book on the international aid flotilla attacked by Israel sets the record straight.
Public support for disarmament is shallow. Here are some ways of deepening that support.
NATO's new contingency plans might rile the Russians, but they might also allow for the removal of tactical nuclear weapons from Europe.