During the 1960, as the Cold War heated up, the U.S. government placed nuclear weapons in Okinawa, Japan, which it did not admit until years later.
The experience of this election observer highlights the deficit of quality in Mexican democracy.
The United States is leading the way to another corporate-friendly free-trade agreement, and it's bringing its NAFTA partners along for the ride.
Here's a way to reduce the military budget without threatening national security.
A new documentary portrays the least famous and least successful of the Arab revolts.
China and the United States compete for influence in the Persian Gulf, but they also have overlapping interests in the region.
Kaganga John acts locally to promote sustainable development in his Ugandan village, but he thinks globally.
Libya's first democratic election went comparatively smoothly. But it's what comes next that poses the greater challenge.
This article discusses Middle Eastern attitudes toward democracy and the role that the United States and others play in helping or hindering democratization in the Muslim world.
This article addresses the tactics used by corporations to appear as though they have solutions to environmental problems while, in reality, they are continuing the policies that cause the most environmental degradation.