Peaceful protests are the opposite of violence, not the cause of violence.
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The country is revolutionizing its education system with free online textbooks that can be adapted, translated, and altered by teachers and students.
Only by joining the world's leaders at the UN's meeting on global drug policy can Obama signal his seriousness about reform.
Its constitution is one of the world's most progressive, but you'd never know it from the way South Africa continues to fight drugs.
After 25 years of democracy, the country may finally be on the verge of putting a dent in its most persistent problem.
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.