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Walking Into A Trap: How I Ended Up On Trial In Egypt

Yehia Ghanem | Posted 11.01.2016 | World
Yehia Ghanem

In the months after Hosni Mubarak stepped down as president it seemed as though some invisible force was trying to turn what had been a peaceful revolution into a deeply divided and violent one. There were riots, assassinations and acts of arson; all committed by unknown perpetrators.

Is Local Culture the Golden Ticket to Global Sustainability?

Drs Daan Elffers | Posted 01.21.2016 | Business
Drs Daan Elffers

The question as to whether corporations have responsibility beyond that of their stakeholders has long been debated, but with pressing issues of clima...

Iran, Are you Serioulsy Suing for CIA Coup?

Maryam Zar | Posted 10.30.2013 | World
Maryam Zar

Dear Iran, Let me be the first to congratulate you on joining the international community, and taking to the courts to air your grievances, rather than the streets where you usually settle the score.

Managing Water in a Dry Land

Francesco Fiondella | Posted 08.19.2013 | Impact
Francesco Fiondella

The Elqui River basin in Chile's Coquimbo region is one of the driest places on Earth. It receives only about 4 inches of rain each year, and most of it during one short rainy season. In some years, the region will get close to zero rainfall, while in others it will get five times the normal amount.

Marcus Baram

McCain-Chaired Democracy Group Criticized For Questionable Use Of Government Grants | Marcus Baram | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics

This story has been updated A prominent democracy-building group chaired by Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) is being criticized by a government watchdog f...

Blackwater Still Working in Iraq, Providing "Armed" Guards to International Republican Institute

Jeremy Scahill | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Jeremy Scahill

As Blackwater gets sued again today for an alleged civilian killing in Iraq, new allegations surface about the company's continued presence there--using different corporate names.