Instead of head-on confrontation, the left is trying to maneuver while strengthening its base by improving people's lives.
U.S. policies have resulted in a small number of Middle East monarchs controlling some 60-70 percent of the region's oil wealth.
Charges have finally been filed in the killing 28 years ago of Burkina Faso's former president, Thomas Sankara.
Its first stumble was a strategic decision last fall to undermine competitors by upping oil production and, thus, lowering the price.
A week of horrible carnage, and more pain as the powerful take refuge in clichéd policies that once again turn the wheel of violence.
Forty-seven women in Riyadh, the Saudi Arabian capital, drove their cars in a 14-car convoy to protest the driving ban.
The German political scene is in turmoil and such turbulence has opened the way to healthy change, but now, in my view, it can lead to great dangers.
A number of events taking place in and near NYC celebrate the centennial of an organization some call "the conscience of the peace movement."
The assassination of Rabin was the culmination of Israeli right-wing dissent over the Oslo peace process.
If there is a lesson to be drawn from the Nov. 1 Turkish elections, it is that fear works.