The U.S. actively supported Armenians during their sufferings back in 1915. 97 years later American-Armenians struggle for the (re)affirmation of the Armenian Genocide by the U.S. government.
The president-elect of the National Council of Resistance for the period of transition of sovereignty to Iranian people, welcomed and appreciated the decision by Secretary Clinton.
Philanthropy's turf is shrinking. But Western donors can remain relevant by seeking out poverty and oppression in both developed and developing countries.
The Obama administration announced it will be sending $450 million in aid to Egypt. This aid is a strategic and humanitarian obligation.
Mutually assured destruction in the event of a nuclear attack by either Iran or Israel ensures Iran won't strike first.
This election cycle, start asking Mitt Romney and Barack Obama the harder questions, and start questioning what the government can really do to provide for its citizens.
The annual meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative, which concluded on Wednesday, challenged world leaders to design for impact: how can millennials, as the leaders of tomorrow, do the same?
Egypt and other Islamic nations' calls to ban anti-Islamic speech on the basis of intolerance will only serve to contribute to the very intolerance they seek to end.