Malala’s unwavering commitment for promoting girls’ education in a region where the Taliban had banned it, should nominate her for 'Time Person of the Year 2012.
A demand for environmentally friendly products continues to rise as consumers become more aware of the power of “green,” but this has led companies to engage in greenwashing.
Despite the first high-level meeting in months between Pakistani and U.S. leaders in Seoul, their strained relationship will likely remain unchanged.
In the coming years, water will become the new oil as countries will fight for life's most essential element.
The constitution should be amended to allow naturalized citizens to run for president and hold office based on their own merits.
Recent polls find that Vladimir Putin's popularity and trust has waned since he first took over the world's largest country 12 years ago.
The decision not only protects one of America's biggest tourist draws, but also an eco-system which sustains the region.
Gaddafi's iron grip over his people is well documented, but his bizarre leadership can be further explained by examining his interests and phobias.
As Libyan rebels celebrate the death of Gaddafi, Libya's future remains questionable.
As OWS picks up steam, it needs to call forth pragmatic ideas that can fix the American education system and enable our students to compete globally.
The Arab League must focus on actions, not rhetoric, in order to quell the violent crackdowns by Yemen's Saleh.
Iran's assassination plot should be handled through an international institution like the United Nations or the International Court of Justice, not in America.
The Shalit prisoner swap deal is perhaps important in future peace negotiations, but not under Netanyahu's hard-line government.
Thousands of Coptic Christians have gathered to pay their respects to Pope Shenouda III, who died on Saturday at the age of 88.
At an event in New York City, Kissinger's discussion on China sheds light on past and present Sino-American relations but fails to portray the whole picture.
The Obama administration's recent lawsuit against big banks is a step in the right direction to monitor Wall Street's arrogant business culture.
Our increasing dependence on digital technology makes cyber-attacks the greatest threat to America's security in the near future.
Due to global warming, pacific atolls will face the brunt of cataclysmic rise in sea level and inevitably disappear beneath the waves.