From disputed burial grounds to a church attack, religious intolerance is on the rise in Yogyakarta, a region once known for its pluralism.
The controversial document has sparked debate about core US values.
Analysis: A century after World War I began, old European enmities are shaping the present conflict with Russia.
Journalism needs less sporadic, more comprehensive coverage of race relations, experts say.
Apart from being a human rights atrocity, the case is also a reflection of a faulty government system that the US helped cultivate.
As the world grows increasingly reliant on data, safeguarding the right to privacy becomes a tougher task.
Other pressing issues threaten to overtake the fight to return citizenship to the beleaguered Muslim minority.
Q&A: Nathaniel Keohane of the Environmental Defense Fund explains what the countries’ pledges mean for the climate fight.
Experts say that HIV prevention research should be growing in the places that bear the biggest burden of the disease.
Young people will be the determining demographic in upcoming elections, but they are also losing their faith in the abilities of their government.
Will it be enough to put hundreds of millions of young people to work?