By targeting public officials who scrutinize the country's notorious internal intelligence service, South Korean President Park Geun-Hye is rolling back hard-won democratic gains in South Korea.
When Kenya invaded Somalia in 2011, it overturned a 48-year-old policy of not involving itself in the armed conflicts of its neighbors—and now innocent Kenyans are paying the price.
Rouhani has set the stage for a negotiated resolution over Iran’s nuclear program, which is becoming more viable than ever before.
Angela Merkel's reelection in Germany means austerity reigns for now, but there is at least a silver lining.
In North Korea, the threat of desertification should be raised to the same level as nuclear nonproliferation.
So that / Politicians can be tattooed / With dark blotches / On their foreheads / Of religiosity...
A great deal of good can happen if military contractors and militarized communities invest in new energy technology rather than Cold War weapons systems.
Indigenous activists in Honduras risk their lives to protect their lands from predatory "development."
Often suspected of being spies, many North Korean defectors to South Korea are greeted with some of the same mistreatment they sought to escape up North.
Two U.S. initiatives to provide Africans with electricity seem likely to lead to large, climate-polluting projects rather than the locally sourced renewable energy rural Africa needs.