Issues / Human Rights
President Thein Sein has a long way to go to win the trust of the West, as well as his own people.
During the crusades, the fields were "bedewed" with Muslim blood.
The NSA and illegal surveillance have become dystopian in their dimensions.
The vicious prosecution of an Iranian-born U.S. philanthropist drives home the destructive nature of U.S. sanctions on Iran.
The chief Afghan investigator agrees that Staff Sgt. Robert Bales was the sole killer of 17 Afghan civilians.
Presidential hopefuls are dusting off tired arguments about Cuba as a national security threat.
Much more effort is expended on figuring out what makes Islamic extremists tick than on what motivates the will to dominate of the United States.
The Friends of Syria meeting in Istanbul, Turkey today has the potential to change the stalemate over Syria.
In commemoration of Palestinian Land Day, activists from all continents are gearing up for peaceful protests along the Israeli borders on March 30.
Many white Americans fear "population control" lest the world be overrun by madly procreating Muslims.