The severity of human rights violations demands an international diplomatic effort to establish humane governance in Eritrea.
Colombia is home to the longest internal armed conflict in the Western Hemisphere, where failed attempts at transitional justice have delayed the development of a strong democracy.
It has been 21 years since the end of apartheid, yet South Africa remains a country divided along racial lines.
The BBC documentary “India’s Daughter” has helped expose the disturbing level of sexual assault that women in India face every day. But the Indian government has banned the film in a desperate attempt to save face.
Adrian Jennings evaluates the future of the two-state solution in Israel and considers the benefits of a single, integrated state.
The world’s response to the Charlie Hebdo massacre has been extremely mixed, especially in re-questioning the parameters of satire.
As Egyptian President Abdel al-Sisi continues his campaign of repression against the political opposition, American aid and military hardware continue to pour into the country.
Following a string of controversial grand jury decisions, race has gripped the national discourse.
On Wednesday, Mosha Gessen, a New York Times journalist and Russian refugee, spoke at Cornell about Putin, the new Russian state, and Pussy Riot. Thea Walsh argues that Vladimir Putin has strived to exclude dissident groups from Russian society by depicting them as foreign and anti-Russian.