Israel should be very cautious regarding how it treats its Arab minority. The country, the national home for the Jewish people, has an opportunity to show the world how a minority should be treated, and Lieberman’s rhetoric does not represent a step in the right direction.
Coexistence can only be achieved in a climate of social equality and economic opportunity
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The ILO reveals that the number of unemployed women could increase by 22 million in 2009
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The United States will finally leave the Arab country on December 31, 2011
President Vieira and army chief Na Wai assassinated
Guinea Bissau is turning into the African continent’s first narco-state, a country in which the violence stemming from the fight to control the cocaine that passes through the country could get even worse.
Zardari must be replaced and the parliamentary government restored
In light of the multiple threats to Pakistan, it is time for national reconciliation and mutual toleration among the various political parties.
Obama takes his first green steps with his neighbor Harper
Despite their environmental policy differences, Canada and the United States will fight climate change together.
Why Israel’s up-and-coming political leaders will emerge from the radical right
With the two-state solution all but dead, a bi-national democracy considered national suicide, and a political left in disarray, Israelis are becoming attracted to fatalism and embracing extremist ideology normally unheard of in Western style democracies. Read on to discover why.