Hostage taking is as old as time, but today the world faces new tactics and unprecedented challenges; what can be done?
Explore the complex history of the Gaza Strip, the rise of Hamas, and the implications for the current conflict.
It's not too soon to consider the role of accountability, particularly criminal accountability, in negotiations between Russia and Ukraine, David Scheffer writes.
Does France’s laïcité promote or impede religious freedom?
Why did the lost Titan submarine get more buzz and funding than migrant lives?
“A policy of keeping migrants away from European shores at any cost has also cost Europe its credibility,” writes Elizabeth Shackelford.
During Pride month, we delve into the historical context and societal factors that have shaped Uganda's stance on LGBTQ rights.
Polling shows the Japanese public supports recognizing same-sex marriages, even as officials stall on legislation to advance equality.
American religious groups have spent millions exporting homophobia to the East African nation.
Mass arrests have reduced crime in the short-term—but at a significant cost to human rights.