U.S. funding for security in foreign countries has reached $17 billion per year. Now, civil society can see where all that money is going.
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Home to nearly one-third of the world’s homicides, Central and South America have become desensitized to violence. Refocusing public perception could help solve the problem.
The small city of Ithaca, New York, just launched one of the most innovative approaches to drug use anywhere in the United States.
Brazil’s six-day Carnaval celebration is a striking example of its shameful treatment of black and mixed-race citizens.
In this month’s Talking Justice podcast, we examine the emergency powers that grant the French government vast new authority to search and monitor citizens.
As the Open Society Foundations’ partnership with NURCHA comes to a close, we look back at what was accomplished.
Justice Scalia decried the intrusion of politics into judicial appointments. The Senate should follow his lead.
By making face-to-face contact with people, mobile bankers help ease newcomers into the formal financial system.
Amid the intense debate over the UK’s proposed Investigatory Powers Bill, members of parliament are backing stronger protections for whistleblowers.
The conflict in Ukraine has forced many journalists to relocate, but their work has only become more vital.
Despite making strides in reform, possession of more than a gram of heroin can still earn you a longer prison sentence than murder.