What lessons can the US learn from the anger simmering in some of Europe's Muslim communities?
The diplomatic repercussions of the vote in France to criminalize denying the Armenian Genocide have been substantial, but so are the domestic benefits.
12/28/2011 01:23 pm
Turkey and France tussle over genocide bill: Turkey, angered by a French bill forbidding denial of the mass killings of Armenians by Ottoman Turks as genocide, accused France of committing genocide during its occupation of Algeria.
12/23/2011 10:15 am
Johanna Crawford founded Web of Benefit to help women escape domestic violence and build new lives.
12/12/2011 09:04 am
Guest blogger Alex Thurston says that in the wake of 9 recent kidnappings, Europe is increasing its police and security presence in Africa's Sahel region affected by Al Qaeda's local affiliate.
11/30/2011 09:33 am
Qaddafi's second son, once considered his father's likely successor, was found hiding deep in the desert.
11/19/2011 10:36 am
A Sirte victory would end the protracted battle for Qaddafi's hometown and allow a new government to be established. Delay could increase the likelihood of rifts in Libya's future leadership.
10/11/2011 09:29 am
The 2011 Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to a trio of women's rights activists: President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and Leymah Gbowee of Liberia, and Tawakkul Karman of Yemen.
10/07/2011 10:07 am
Muammar Qaddafi may be protected by Tuareg tribesman who remain loyal to him for his support of their rebellions in neighboring countries.
09/28/2011 01:37 pm
Libya’s interim government says capturing Qaddafi is a matter of security and stability not just for Libya, but for the region and beyond.
09/27/2011 07:24 pm