Issues / Human Rights
Many Afghans are angry at Pakistan for aiding the Taliban.
The U.S. will likely leave Syria to the Arab League and avoid pressing SCAF over transparency in the upcoming Egyptian elections.
Egyptian protesters outraged by military's use of U.S. tear gas.
A cadre of Israeli settlers have been compiling a list of Israeli businesses in Jerusalem that employ Arab-Israelis.
Lately North Korea and Burma have found themselves in the good graces of other states.
The problem here is "governance failure." Or maybe we should just call it "decadence." The United States may at this point be so weakened by rot and ideology that it is unable even to act in its own interests, let alone the interests of its people, let alone the interests of humanity as a whole.
The nuclear threat, organizers say, extends beyond Tohoku, even beyond Japan. And indeed, this is the message that has been heard around the world, as the anti-nuke protest and politics were staged with specific reference to Fukushima (sadly, rarely with respect to the wider Tohoku region).
A poem for the mother of a young man killed by a bomb in Israel.
On November 6, Otto Perez-Molina was voted Guatemala's next president. Perez has been accused of genocide and serious human rights violations on numerous occasions.
What happens in Sri Lanka over the next five years might have a lot to do with the way the country looks for the next three decades.