Issues / Human Rights
Forty years later, unexploded bombs from America's secret war in Laos continue to kill dozens each year.
Islamist militias have defeated Tuaregs struggling to establish a homeland in Mali.
The Honduran military not only ousted a president. It has militarized society by elbowing aside the police.
This article examines #Yo Soy 123, a vibrant Mexican youth organization that fights for social justice, democracy and transparency through non-violent means.
As with his 9/11 trial, his testimony is tainted by torture.
IPS' Foreign Policy In Focus, Friends of the Congo, and Africa Faith & Justice Network held a briefing on the M23 uprising, the involvement of the Rwandan government, and ethnic tensions in Eastern DRC.
To paraphrase Leon Trotsky, "You may not be interested in the Occupation, but the Occupation is interested you."
Because of a quirk of U.S. immigration law, some adult adoptees are being kicked out of the country they were brought to as children.
What can the experiences of 250 people tell us about the logic of political transformation?
It's hard to imagine a more frustrating situation than the Syrian conflict.