Sarun, a cab driver in Qatar, had not been paid in nearly four months. His family back home in Nepal desperately needed the money. He hadn't been home in two years, and his boss controlled his passport. All Sarun could do was wait.
We live in an “age of connection,” which is to say what, exactly? In the last twenty years, globalization and technological advances have improved the quality of life for many and given rise to voices traditionally shut out. It has also contributed to inequality, insecurity, and a creeping sense of instability.
The story of why the Soviet Union first labeled the computer as a taboo invention, and later believed it would prove the superiority of the communist system.
Governed by courts and various social customs, what are some of the international laws and norms regarding sex?
The tragedy of child soldiers has existed for as long as war, but their use and exploitation by ISIS is without rival, at least in modern times. War makes victims of children, even those who survive.