A writer-activist fighting to end abuse of women explores the breast-milk trade in Cambodia.
If the word "terrorism" has any meaning, it applies to the U.S. bombings in Laos during the Vietnam War, says Truthdig's editor in chief.
With over $480 billion in total annual revenue, the U.S.' largest private employer wields immense power just in how it treats its workers at home and abroad. Their struggle for dignity and rights will continue after the last ballots are counted in November.
Scientific evidence is growing that the decline of once-mighty Angkor, the famed temple site in modern Cambodia, was in large part due to abrupt climate change.
Investigative journalist Allan Nairn knows firsthand how the U.S. uses mass killing as a routine tool of foreign policy. The horrifying tactics of Islamic State, he says, are an imitation of what we have been doing and what we have been teaching our international proxies for generations. Update: Video added.
Henry Kissinger's example has coursed through the decades, shedding a spectral light on the road that has brought us to a state of eternal war.
Injustice doesn’t have the same meaning for the average reader of this site as it does for a child who has grown up in precarious conditions, subjected to racism, a lack of emotional education and cultural training. Injustice doesn’t have the same meaning for the average reader of this site as it does for a child who has been forced to work.