The cries of the world's people demand peace - no nukes, no war, no hate; but what is needed to build a lasting structure of peace?
It's time and past time to look at the status of efforts to rid the world of what's been called the only true weapon of mass destruction.
The heroic struggle of the Greek people against a nation-killing austerity regime has failed, at least for now.
TPP is the will of the wealthy whose greed has gone so deep as to be dangerous to us all.
Student Ivy Ziedrich confronted Jeb Bush and taught us what it means to put the people in "government of the people, by the people, for the people."
The Vietnamese - victims of invasion, aggression and atrocities - haven't forgotten us.
The biggest problem facing foreign policy makers today may not be apparent to the average person browsing the internet.
Looking at it through a wide-angled lens, we've been staying at people's houses for hundreds of years; saving money, meeting people, really immersing ourselves in the culture.
Only a sharp turn to peace and non-violence stands a ghost's chance of extricating humankind from this awful and seemingly intractable situation.
Venezuela and its allies have reacted strongly to what they call an attack on Venezuela's national sovereignty.