Afghan Woman's Art An Instrument Of Social Change

Ricymar Photography, Creative Commons

Malina Suliman's work is the sort that keeps reiterating the idea of a fight for justice.



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WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Continues To Lose His Credibility

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The charm of WikiLeaks as a whistle-blower website seems to be waning away, largely due to Julian Assange.



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U.S. Secret Detention Prisons May Burgeon Further Anti-American Sentiment

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A U.S. secret prison just outside Warsaw has reportedly subjected its inmates to waterboarding and other methods of torture.



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Yasser Arafat’s Death May Cause More Anxiety And Hostility Between Israelis And Palestinians

(Pedro Ugarte/AFP/Getty Images)

If Arafat's death is declared a murder, violent Israeli and Palestinian factions may use it to further their own agendas.



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What Will The Future Of Egypt Be With Morsi As President?

(Reuters)

Unless the president regains power held by the military, he may not be able to fulfill his promises to the people.



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The Importance Of Art As Activism

(Rob Pugh)

Today, more than ever, art is being used to accomplish social or political change.



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The Case Of BBC: The Need For Responsible, Ethical Journalism

(Norma Desmond, Creative Commons)

BBC's photo mistake: what does it mean for journalism as a profession?



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Drone Attacks Not Worth The Killing Of Civilians

(Charles McCain, Creative Commons)

Killing more civilians than militants during drone strikes will only increase the terrorist threat.



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