One year ago today more than 1,000 garment workers needlessly lost their lives so we could have $10 t-shirts. It's time to demand more from the fashion industry.
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To whom much is given, much is expected .... Faced with so many environmental and social problems, millennial entrepreneurs should use business to help create a social good.
This fashion company will stage the first ever flash fashion show to kick off New York Fashion Week.
Welcome to the future of fashion.
In Egypt, the army is the devil and the ultraconservatives are his associates. The leaders of the Tamarod movement partnered with them once, but should now focus on improving the economy instead.
Liberals might hate the Brotherhood but you can't be a democrat and support a military coup. It just doesn't work that way. Replacing Morsi is great in the short term but it sets a bad precedent.
As the anticipation builds for the World Cup, so too does the anxiety amongst Brazilians that FIFA and corrupt government officials will profit at their expense.
"Do you hear the people sing, singing the song of angry men?" Until Prime Minister Erdogan wakes up and listens to the needs of his people, Turkey will slide towards greater conflict.
The US response to the Syrian civil war has been a complete failure that has not only deepend the conflict inside Syria's borders but has dragged the whole region down with it.
Factory fires and collapsed buildings can be prevented. We as consumers must vote with our wallets and demand that fast fashion retailers commit to ethical labor.
The last year has been a journey for me, from covering revolutions in the Middle East to going to the front lines of fashion.
For more than a year the Egyptian military tried to persuade the public that they were the protectors of the revolution. Turns out, SCAF has been setting up to steal freedom the whole time.
Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohamed Morsi is likely to be declared the winner of Egypt's presidential election on Thursday. America should embrace him for the sake of democracy.
The Egyptian military's power grab on the eve of the presidential vote leaves Egypt in chaos as the likelihood of democracy fades fast.
By pouring millions of dollars into the campaign to defeat the respected Indiana Senator Dick Lugar, the Tea Party once again has proved it is a danger to American politics.
After SCAF's ruling that 10 candidates be disallowed from the presidential elections next month, it is clear that the Egyptian military still has the final and only say in Egypt.
Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad has resigned after a 13-month uprising engulfed his country, citing "not wanting to be remembered as a murderous asshole" as principle reason for decision.
It's time for Western companies to take a stand and end their complicity in propping up a corrupt regime and leave Syria until the Al-Assad regime is no longer in power.
Until the country wakes up and starts to demand a new sustainable energy policy that will make America the leaders of tomorrow, we should start getting used to paying $5 a gallon.
Why Occupy so far has not lived up to its great expectations and how it can revive and re-energize its dwindling movement.
For over two decades, Benjamin Netanyahu has claimed Iran is just a few years away from acquiring nuclear weapons and while it is inevitable that they eventually will, now is no time for war.
From Al Jazeera to The Arabist, here are the top five resources and bloggers you should follow for smart, balanced, and well-written analysis of the Middle East.
How Peyton Manning saved a franchise, revived a city, and put Indianapolis on the map as an up-and-coming city.
The daily slaughter of the Syrian people in Homs and elsewhere must stop. If President Bashar al-Assad continues to refuse to do so, the time has come for the the West to step in.
Russia's Security Council veto of action against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is rooted in global prestige and regional interests.