Democracy demands that we have processes for disagreement, more than agreement.
What is the obligation of government workers when they disagree with what they are directed to do? This question is important
She faces years in prison, but the U.N., rights groups and thousands of Iranians are demanding her immediate release.
Limits On Muslims’ Sportswear Or Political Speech? Between Olympic Ideals And The Protest Legacies Of Muhammad Ali And Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf
Dalilah Muhammad’s triumph in the 400 meter women’s hurdles is being widely celebrated as historic as the first ever gold
Having spent trillions of dollars on war with such sorry results, it's a wonder that key figures in the U.S. military or officials in any other part of America's colossal national security state and the military-industrial complex haven't spoken out forcefully and critically.
Foreign Service Officers stationed around the world are given the opportunity to question complex issues, and it has led
Back in June 2015, at a book talk at a New York City public library, an audience member had asked me about Sirley Avila, the first time I'd ever heard her name. She had been attacked on May 24. I'd tried to find out more, but reliable information from Cuba is not easy to obtain. Now, less than one year later, here she was, sitting with me.
Voting for Sanders now is the only way to make sure that Clinton and other establishment Democrats know what they're talking about.
Freedom of expression is not the only freedom in question and at times under threat at universities today. So is freedom