The solution to the crisis in Turkey is not in a state of emergency, but rather the return to democracy.
Report on the UK's role in ginning up the Iraq war is damning, but doesn't go far enough in condemning the killing of Iraqi civilians.
The defeat of the coup alone does not mean that Turkey has a democracy.
Vietnam is moving forward in resolving the dispute using its principle of "Peace and Cooperation," but the U.S. is holding naval exercises in the region.
The vicious slogans of the AfD and its fascist accompanists as well as to the guilty leaders of the old parties are still steering Germany into ever more dangerous waters.
Cities throughout the world will be holding one-year anniversary events to continue the pressure for answers.
General Diendéré, the coup leader and new strongman, is closely linked to the U.S. military mission in the area, as well as to the French military.
A basic gesture of solidarity is indispensable in respect of whistleblowers Edward Snowden and Julian Assange.
The U.S-backed Colombian government has presided over what may be one of the worst cases of mass atrocities perpetrated against innocent populations.
The Left Party is the only opposition force with any real clout in Germany, so a gathering with representatives of its 60,000 members was important enough.