Issues / Human Rights
The plight of Guantanamo detainees is in jeopardy of being eclipsed and rationalized by Osama bin Laden's death.
The protests in Syria are encouraging, but Bashar al-Assad will pull out all the stops before he leaves voluntarily.
Nobel laureate Muhammad Yunus lost his appeal to continue as chief of the pioneering microcredit institution he founded.
Ironically, relaxing the rules for a troubled young Guantanamo detainee facilitated his suicide.
Without an Arab Voltaire it is difficult to see how the Arab world can escape the cycle of authoritarianism.
When it comes to protests in the United Arab Emirates, the United States has looked the other way.
Despite bin Laden's death, the rallying cause for jihad still holds: U.S. support for Israel is as strong now as ever.
The point-blank shooting of Osama bin Laden raises questions.
The grievances expressed in bin Laden's manifestoes can still replenish the ranks of jihadis.
Jihadists see a window of opportunity in Libya.