Grover Norquist, Jack Abramoff and Jeff Flake all spent their early years trying to end the divestment movement.
Washington again displays its hypocrisy by failing to label the arrest of Egypt’s freely elected president by the military a coup.
That a popular revolt facilitated Morsi’s ouster is undeniable. But it has also solidified the military’s role as the final arbiter of power in Egypt.
If no one can rule and power-sharing is impossible, what now?
What could have provoked such massive protests against a soccer festival from the sport’s most passionate fans?
Distrust and distortion occupy the distance between much of Turkey and the Kurds of Diyarbakir. Can they be overcome?
Where the group was born, in Ukraine, its naked protests made more sense—but in the Muslim world, the message is getting lost in translation.
What a whistleblower thinks a fellow whistleblower might have thought.
In Russia, activists struggle against rising homophobia and a government crack down on LGBT rights.
One year after President Mohammed Morsi took office, millions will march across the country on June 30 to demand his removal from office.