It appears SOPA may be going global.
An Israeli court ruling on Rachel Corrie's 2003 death in Rafah is unfortunate but ultimately unsurprising, and only reinforces the immunity of the Israeli military on the world stage.
For Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan to be considered viable on the most presidential of issues – foreign policy – they must put forward real solutions, different from those of Obama.
John Walker Lindh is suing the Federal Bureau of Prisons for the right to pray in a group; but he has no right to these privileges.
Even with the best intentions, Ban Ki-moon's visit to the Non-Aligned Movement Summit in Tehran will not accomplish much in the name of diplomacy.
A court in Haifa ruled Israel is not culpable for the death of Rachel Corrie, who was run over by a bulldozer while trying to prevent the demolition of Palestinian homes in Gaza.
With the 21-year sentence, human rights have won in Europe by keeping us away from the dark ages of the death sentence.
U.S. drone strikes in Pakistan are a violation of national sovereignty, but they are absolutely necessary and justified