Interview – William Schabas

Professor William A. Schabas is professor of international law at Middlesex University in London and professor of international human law and human rights at Leiden University. He is also... Read more »

Our enemies are human: that’s why we want to kill them

At last count, more than 600,000 of Myanmar’s Muslim Rohingya minority had fled the country for Bangladesh. Ever since Rohingya militants attacked Myanmar police outposts, resulting in a dozen... Read more »

Indian Muslim Soul Singer Zeshan B on Black Lives Matter, Staying “Woke” & His New Album, “Vetted”

Watch our interview with Chicago-based Indian Muslim soul singer Zeshan B, who also performs several songs from his new album, “Vetted.” Zeshan B was born to Indian Muslim immigrants... Read more »

Mobile phones in the classroom: A helpful or harmful hindrance?

BY KELLY ALLEN MAPSEDUCATIONAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGIST My three year-old daughter has rarely seen an old-school phone without a screen. Nevertheless, she still places any vaguely telephone-shaped object, such... Read more »

Thousands Protest in Manila as Trump Hails “Great Relationship” with Philippines President Duterte

  President Donald Trump is visiting the Philippines as part of his 13-day trip across Asia, where he met with Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte and said the two have... Read more »