The national and international action is scheduled to begin Friday—the 45th anniversary of the infamous Attica prison uprising.
Left-leaning parties like the PT face a conundrum in Latin America: that liberalism and its tolerance for political activity offer openings to right-wing parties that have no qualms about exploiting democratic expression in order to quash democracy.
Self-induced abortions are on the rise as ever more restrictive laws threaten to return the nation to the dark days that existed before Roe v. Wade.
Social movements turn issues and demands considered both unrealistic and politically inconvenient into matters that can no longer be ignored. They succeed, that is, by championing the impractical.
The Republican front-runner is providing cover for the worst strains of American demagoguery, and neither the GOP nor the Democratic Party is doing enough to stop him.
A fundamentalist, upper-caste crackdown on dissent is roiling Indian society. Why should we care? Because it’s spreading to the U.S. by way of Indian-American support of presidential candidate Trump.
The conflict will be remembered for its horrific death toll and massive refugee exodus. But it will also be remembered as the site of yet another Great Game involving Russia, the West and its allies.
As we—led by the media—get caught up in what has become the circus of the long primary season, the real and critical news tends to get lost in the fray.
We assume as a basic human right the easy access to clean water, and for most Americans it flows from the tap whenever we want But as the lead contamination in Michigan shows, we're more vulnerable than we think We assume as a basic human right the easy access to clean water .
Americans’ discomfort with other peoples' religious faiths goes hand in hand with Islamophobia. Americans’ discomfort with other peoples' religious faiths goes hand in hand with Islamophobia.