The coronavirus has made those in women’s prisons still more vulnerable.
The fallacy of seeing the United States v. Dylann Roof as a case of psychopathology.
“I have been blessed with a significant amount of German blood.”
An epidemic of rumors.
While other Persian Gulf states fight a proxy war with Iran, Oman is ushering in an era of cooperation.
How diplomatic and military miscalculations helped sweep Islamic rebels into power.
Inside the Salvadoran gang las maras, run by former U.S. immigrants who started gangs in LA and — once deported — brought their violent ways back home.
A look at the Gulf nation of Qatar and its vexed relationship to the Arab Spring — cheerleading Egyptians and Libyans but silent on protests closer to home.
The Taliban’s advance, the Afghan blowback and continued suicide bombings show that the U.S. “war on terror” has further destabilized Pakistan.
Robert Mugabe’s violent and corrupt rule faces its first significant threat in nearly three decades: a loss at the polls.
The rise of a growing and enfranchised middle class may be poised to triumph over the forces of reactionary feudal landlordism in Pakistan.
Forget Anwar. Oil drilling off the coast nearby is accelerating the destruction of the artic ice shelf, threatening both whales and the indigenous peoples who depend on them.
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