Issues / Human Rights
'There is no greater sorrow on earth than the loss of one's native land.' Euripides, 431 BC
Three women are sharing the 2011 Nobel Prize for Peace.
The generals of Burma's ruling junta have set aside their uniforms, but they still resemble a military dictatorship.
Washington's poor response to the Arab Spring has severely damaged its ability to mediate the situation in Syria.
The assumption of power by Syrian President Assad's father, Hafez, came at ironic cost to his own people, the Alawites.
The prisoner exchange between Israel and Hamas reflects the power of occupation and the power of changing circumstances.
Economic deprivation planted the seeds for the bloom of totalitarianism that led to World War II.
On the Walk of Shame, poets visit the embassies of Burma, Yemen, and Turkmenistan to read aloud the poems that can't be read inside those countries.
A poem about genocide read in front of the Burmese embassy on the Poetry Walk of Shame.
Jobs certainly thought differently, but the company he created acted the same as the competition.