Issues / Human Rights
Sen. Joseph Lieberman has reportedly become the first U.S. senator to call publicly for military intervention in Syria.
For the second year in a row, U.S. President Barack Obama has waived a Congressionally-mandated ban on military aid for four countries that use child soldiers.
The U.S. embassy in Madrid was able to strong-arm the Spanish government into twice closing the Couso case, but a Spanish court has re-opened it.
Civilians of the CIA conducting drone attacks invites retaliation on U.S. citizens.
After World II, nations agreed that simply attacking the international peace by launching an aggressive war was a crime.
September turned out to be nothing short of a political tsunami for Israel's leaders and, consequently, for the United States as well.
Is political Islam poised to "hijack" the Arab Spring, and why does that scare so many people?
Despite limited evidence, the United States painted Anwar al-Awlaki as a terrorist mastermind and executed him without the trial to which he was entitled as a U.S. native.
A new book shows the struggle of Mexico's indigenous communities to preserve and celebrate their way of life in the face of predatory development.
The past week has seen the United States effectively relinquish its role as the key negotiator of Middle East peace as the Palestinians, ignoring President Barack Obama's entreaties, announced their decision to pursue UN membership and be recognized as an independent state.