The world has lost a champion for women’s health globally with the death of the UNFPA director and former Nigerian Health Minister.
Is the United States doing enough to provide sanctuary for those fleeing persecution and violence in Iraq?
Has the welfare of women in Afghanistan improved substantially in the five years since the fall of the Taliban?
How can Liberia overcome its past to move toward stability and democracy?
Why does the U.S. government continue to create new agencies instead of improving existing ones?
Why are women leaders in today’s world disparaged, degraded and threatened instead of encouraged and cherished?
How long will Africans have to wait for the U.S. Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief?
Does the Bush Administration pass or fail its course on African politics?
How much will the U.S. promises of more development aid really matter?