Greens/European Free Alliance French members hold crossed nuclear signs and others with wind turbines at the beginning of a debate on the implications of Japan's Fukushima disaster on nuclear safety in Europe during a session of the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France.
This week's round-up of commentaries covers questioning the CIA’s flawed torture report, Russia needs a strategic policy to pull up the ruble, US-Togo’s partnership could aid the fight against Ebola and other threats, Canada’s correctional facilities emulate America’s system, and Pakistan needs a comprehensive approach to fighting terror.
Hobbyists and do-it-yourselfers were 'makers' long before the term was coined. What's new today is the combination of networking, open-source knowledge transfer, crowdfunding, and relatively cheap machines such as 3-D printers.
The UN Security Council did not grant Kenya's new president a year off from trial at The Hague. Examining Nairobi's subsequent 'freak out.'
Increased security has forced pirates to rethink their strategy for obtaining oil, Alic writes, and they have repeatedly demonstrated that they are capable of moving with the times.
International donors have pledged $455.53 million for an international campaign tackling Islamist militants in Mali.