Every year, 12,000 women and girls are trafficked from Nepal to a life of sexual servitude in India. Many can never go back, but one survivor wants to build them a new home
A video by Anup Kaphle
The New Republic's senior editor says the magazine's National Magazine Award was a pathetic joke
The Libyan leader's speech touched on Suez, the Kennedy assassination, and something called the "fish flu"
The ousted leader is back in the country but chances of a political reconciliation seem far out of sight
Just released from prison, Muntazer al-Zaidi weighs in on months of speculation about his motive for flinging footwear at Bush
Bush's vision of a missile defense shield stretching in Poland and the Czech Republic has been abandoned
Jimmy Carter pronounces the latest indifference towards President Obama as racism
America's most recent success in hunting down terrorist leader in Somalia brings a mixed reaction
The blogosphere does not seem too happy with Kanye West for his behavior at the MTV Video Music Awards.
What are Washington's options in the wake of reports claiming massive electoral fraud?
The anniversary gives columnists a reason to remind America why staying in Afghanistan is so important
Technology bloggers ponder a new service that sells friends to those feeling short on Facebook.
This morning's airstrike in Afghanistan lends urgency to three major columns in search of a solution beyond retreat
Both the killing Wednesday morning of Afghanistan's deputy security chief and a new report from Afghanistan's top U.S. commander testify to the country's deteriorating security situation. Our correspondent explains why things won't improve without more support for the Afghan police.
A top national security expert suggests adding as many as nine brigades in Afghanistan. Not everyone likes the idea.
Problems in the horn of Africa could make it the new hot spot of global terror. How should America handle it?
One year after the conflict, critics of the U.S. ally believe it's time to demand more democratic reform.
NATO's new leader has a controversial past and a shaky future. Will he succeed?
In Afghanistan, naan bread is always part of the meal, no matter who you are. SLIDE SHOW I