As tragic as September 11 was, it triggered a return to the American past – a nation driven by fear, not optimism.
An official apology by Mexico’s President for the 1911 Torreon massacre of Chinese immigrants highlights China’s increasing clout in Mexico.
If history is to serve as a guide, xenophobia must be treated as a grave risk that is as contagious and as deadly as any virus.
Once a haven for other Africans, the country’s economic crisis has soured public opinion on foreigners.
What will happen to Americans living in Mexico if the hostility toward Mexican-Americans is put into action?
The German Chancellor takes the lead on fighting bigotry.
Europe’s system of horse-trading to choose leaders has produced non-leadership.
Will a failure to manage globalization lead to a backlash of protectionism, xenophobia and nationalism?
How does the world community feel about Hillary Clinton and the implications of her promises to the American people?