A Political and Literary Forum
Thailand has been gripped by the largest wave of protest in years, forcing a reckoning between the country’s dual structures of democracy and monarchy.
The notion that elimination of the Muslim Brotherhood would produce a liberal democratic order was wishful thinking.
On December 2, 2013, the Center for Middle East Studies at University of Denver co-hosted a debate on Syria with Columbia University's Committee on Global Thought.
All around the world, we are digging up the dead.
If the burdens placed on Iran are small, so are the benefits it receives.
Migrants are dying as they cross the Mediterranean. Is there a better way?
With photographs by David Bacon.
While “left” in the West is now a virtual synonym for anti-Zionism, the same is far from true in Israel.
In repeatedly claiming that Iranian leaders wish to destroy Israel and kill the Jewish people
Ethicists, economists, and others have developed a set of useful tools for deciding what to do when economic, environmental, and social values conflict.
Debra Satz, Mark Budolfson, Blake Francis, Hyunseop Kim
A Pakistani family demands acknowledgment of their grandmother's death.
Jordanian mothers with non-Jordanian husbands cannot pass along citizenship to their children. The results are devastating, but a growing campaign is committed to change.
What will it take to revive U.S.-Iran relations?
Who owns human tissues?
Osagie K. Obasogie
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