Issues / Human Rights
As the United States escalates the war in Afghanistan, poets speak out.
Washington supports those who protest against regimes it opposes and ignores the human rights activists of allied countries.
The two emerging economic giants India and China still have some unfinished border business.
Critics lambasted Obama's deferential style. They missed the real story of the president's Asia trip.
Morocco might have a better record on domestic reforms than its neighbors, but that's no excuse to ignore its recent retreat on human rights.
Here's one way President Obama can prove he's worthy of the Nobel Peace Prize.
Bush's use of torture and Truman's use of nuclear weapons bear some sinister parallels.
The United States can help improve human rights in this Central Asian country.
The Sri Lankan government has brushed aside Western criticism of its abusive practices. But that might be about to change.
A grand alliance of religious groups and secular progressives can help realize the vision of Obama's Cairo speech.