Rebel troops have broken through to Tripoli, the Libyan capital. The NATO intervention has been decisive, and that should trouble us.
This year Berlin's public TV channel gripped our brain cells every day for a month in advance of the anniversary of the Berlin Wall. For anyone probing more deeply, however, some questions still require answers. Why was it built?
Beneath the shoot-'em-up sensibility, a critical eye is clearly at work, skewering the former Belgian colony, in this 2011 Pan African Film Festival's Best Feature Film prize winning film.
Saul Landau's new film abot the Cuban Five holds the position that our government has been jailing the wrong "terrorists."
This is a shocking book. Keith Bolender's "Voices from the Other Side" offers testimony from Cuban victims of U. S. terror.
Unfortunately, some in U.S. corporate and foreign policy circles still consider Cuba and the rest of Latin America "our backyard."
Coming to grips with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's (NATO) intervention in the Libyan civil war is a little like wresting a grizzly bear: big, hairy, and likely to make you pretty uncomfortable no matter where you grab a hold of it.
Many African nations, including especially South Africa, expressed qualms about AFRICOM.
What better way to celebrate 100 years of International Women's Day than join in solidarity with the Wisconsin teachers - and all of America's public workers - to say "No way" to union-busting and throwing Wall Street's mess on working families.
U.S. media reports have cast Haitian earthquake survivors as potentially violent. Like Afro-Cuban rebels before them, they were scorned.