The wars in Afghanistan and Iraq that the U.S. conducted after 9/11 had serious consequences for the rule of law in the world.
Although violent incidents occur in other countries, they are not as frequent — or as deadly — as in the US.
Today’s refugee wave is a direct consequence of past US interference in Latin America’s political and economic development.
The elimination of child exploitation is a daunting task. But it is achievable if effective programs are put in place.
The US is the only country in the world that hasn’t yet ratified the CRC — the Convention on the Rights of the Child. Both the Reagan and the Bush Sr. administrations played an important role in drafting the treaty.
Syrian-American photographer Bachar Azmeh gives his artistic interpretation of what happens in the brains of those affected by Alzheimer’s disease.
Death by overwork affects not only the families of the deceased, but also the industries they worked in and the national economy.
The Trump administration’s policy toward Cuba will only increase the antagonism between the Cuban and US governments.
Aside from the effects on health and on people’s well-being, depression in Japan exacts a heavy economic toll on individuals, families and on society as a whole.