2011 Nobel Peace Prize winner Leymah Gbowee has overcome tremendous adversity. A teenager at the start of the civil war in her native Liberia, she and her family were forced to go on the run, first within the country and then to Ghana. Along the way, she witnessed terrible atrocities and narrowly escaped harm herself. During the birth of her third child, she
The assailants were acting contrary to the very traditions of the religion they were claiming to defend.
The anti-Obama screed is almost psychedelic.
Pakistani-American rock legend Salman Ahmad is busy on all fronts.
Crass mercenary incentives should not cause the United States to destabilize the planet.
He hails Ethiopia's Meles Zenawi for his service for "peace and security in Africa," though Meles invaded Somalia.
Ryan’s stances on foreign policy issues oscillate between reckless and clueless.
After the Wisconsin Sikh temple shooting, the Obama Administration needs to be more alert about rightwing extremism.
There is a surrounding climate that enables extreme acts like the horrific rampage at the Sikh temple in Oak Creek, Wisconsin.
The "Anglo-Saxon" remark fits snugly into a broader GOP racial framework.
She and her fellow Islamophobes are a disgrace to Congress.
The United States needs to get on board as a way to atone for past misdeeds in Southeast Asia.
Even after the Fukushima disaster, it has revived nuclear power.
The United States needs to stop pushing its weapons on other countries.
Her research provided acute insights into how the world really worked.