Can Edward Snowden really find freedom in an unfree country?
Congress couldn't draw back the surveillance dragnet. But the justices might.
Russia's officials are reverting to old instincts: When in doubt, forbid.
It's high time to end the daily injustices committed against the world's 115 million widows living in poverty.
Here are a few things you should know before setting down roots in Venezuela.
Burmese journalists are enjoying their newfound freedoms. But there are still plenty of limits to how far they can go.
An Independence Day oratory on America’s national security paranoia.
As Egypt gears up for big demonstrations against the Muslim Brotherhood, it's time to remember that you can't have genuine democracy without respect for religious freedom.
What Kim Hyuk has carried with him on his harrowing journey from the streets to the speaking circuit.
Five rules for NSA leaker Edward Snowden to make sure that life on the run goes as smoothly as possible.
Europe prides itself on its democratic credentials. So why is a tiny band of underdog dissidents having such a hard time fighting the continent’s last dictator?
Some Egyptians see military rule as a solution to their problems. Here's why it's a bad idea.
The protests across Istanbul aren’t about Islamism, the elite, or even religion writ large -- they're a call for a real liberal democracy.
It's becoming clear that it will take more than one chaotic weekend to derail Prime Minister Erdogan's plans.
So whatever happened to the most ambitious peacekeeping operation in history?
How can the Obama administration credibly promote freedom of speech abroad while restricting it in the United States?
Can Burma build a free media or will the government’s new soft-sell propaganda win out?
Hopes for peaceful change have been replaced by sectarian animosity and unending bloodshed.
Freedom House ranks the world's most repressive media climates.
Buddhist monks have been major instigators of the recent violence against Muslims in Burma.
Venezuela's leaders give new meaning to the phrase “¡Ay, Caramba!”
The Bahraini government needs to stop targeting medical professionals who dare to treat injured protesters.