The Indian parliament has passed new anti-rape laws, but if the blatantly sexist opposition to the bills indicates anything, the fight is far from over.
A diplomatic row is spiraling out of control as two countries come to heads over the jurisdiction of a court case involving two Italian marines and two deceased Indian fishermen.
President Obama's drone program is under fire again, this time from the UN for violating Pakistan's sovereignty.
The death of a former Khmer Rouge official and the case of German asylum seekers in Tennessee raise important points about how we view genocide in the public memory.
This list provides proof that if you're going to do bad things to people, you should at least look good doing it.
Women have come a long way in the world, and there's a long way left to go. On International Women's Day, here are 3 ways to honor the past and step boldly into the future.
With the approach of International Women's Day, we must remember that it's crucial to create more programs that seek to meet the needs of women everywhere.
Liu Xiaobo needs the world's help, but the West has consistently failed to assist Liu Xiaobo, one of their closest allies in China.